Are Spreadsheets Wreaking Havoc on Your Profit?

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Re: Spreadsheets
t.alex   1/9/2013 8:38:40 PM

Sometimes I have seen spreadsheets with macros and stuff so complicated that the company needs to have some IT guy to maintain it. They should have invested in a proper system in the first place.

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Barbara Jorgensen   1/9/2013 5:08:01 PM

I've managed for most of my career to avoid spreadsheet use. The few times I tried, I made input errors and dozens of other mistakes. They are definitely not user friendly, and it's scary to think so much business is conducted that way.

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