Errors in the data, formulas, or manipulation of spreadsheets could be costly, even devastating.
Our spreadsheet methodology has criteria for designing, building, and validating spreadsheets to ensure that they work correctly.
Overconfidence is one of the main causes of spreadsheet errors. Being informed about overconfidence leads to more accurate spreadsheets.
Spreadsheet errors are reduced by using good design. Our students do three assignments to acquire good spreadsheet design skills.
Only a quarter of survey participants were satisfied with their spreadsheet testing. Their techniques are largely manual and lack formalism.
A poorly documented spreadsheet erodes effective use. Our workshops help students develop good documentation habits and skills.
Do you document your spreadsheets? We use the FizzBuzz word game to illustrate the importance of documenting your spreadsheets.
Incorrect use of Excel's NPV function is a common source of spreadsheet errors. We show several pitfalls and ways to avoid them.
We can help you make better spreadsheets: