Take your Excel skills to the next level with this online business intelligence bundle.
Learning to use the basic functions of a spreadsheet is relatively easy, but what if you want to go beyond that and use advanced formulas, visualize your data, and employ analytics? That’s where The 2021 Ultimate Microsoft Excel Business Intelligence Certification Bundle comes into play.
This bundle servers as an introduction to business analytics, but also shows you how Excel can act as a command center, turning data from an abstract tangle of numbers into real, actionable information. Of course, you’ll have to go into this series of 12 online courses with a general familiarity with the software, but you’ll be amazed how quickly you can perform complex functions and create full data dashboards from scratch.
This series—taught by experts at Maven Analytics and published business intelligence authors—uses hands-on exercises as well as real-world case studies to show you how to spot subtle changes in supply and demand using Excel’s data modeling tools. Not only will you understand all this yourself, but you’ll also be able to create charts and graphs that show the results to board members and clients. In short, it’s everything you need to become a data analyst yourself without years pursuing advanced math or economics degrees.
PCMag readers can access The 2021 Ultimate Microsoft Excel Business Intelligence Certification Bundle for $44.99—98% off the $2,400 MSRP.
Prices subject to change.

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