Once information is loaded into a spreadsheet, it acquires properties that it may not deserve – a process called reification.
The cascading structure of typical spreadsheet formulae means that just about every spreadsheet is almost certainly wrong.
This early spreadsheet, a Babylonian clay tablet c.1800 BC, contains several errors. How many errors do your spreadsheets have?
Our spreadsheet methodology has criteria for designing, building, and validating spreadsheets to ensure that they work correctly.
We are conscious of very few of our errors. When people are confronted with their actual error rates, they are typically shocked.
60% of large companies feel 'Spreadsheet Hell' describes their reliance on spreadsheets either completely or fairly well.
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Errors in the data, formulas, or manipulation of spreadsheets could be costly, even devastating.
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