- The ability to pull data from multiple worksheets, workbooks or downloaded data files into a single, easy to read formatted report.
- Generate invoices, contracts, time sheets or work orders in Excel or export Excel data into a defined Microsoft Word template.
- Use Excel as a database. For example entering or selecting a part number can look up and populate any information related to that part such as the product descriptions, cost, markups, etc.
- Custom business intelligence reporting based on multiple or single criteria. For example to show sales for a person, region, unit for the last month/year, compared to previous month/year, etc.
Discuss scope of work before ordering as multiple gigs may apply based on the scope of work.