Webinar Series to Successfully Manage Your Business Using Excel
Sep 4, 2012 11:49 AM
Systems integrators move at a rapid pace to keep projects on schedule, bid on new opportunities and manage the day-to-day operations. NSCA assists integrators to better manage their time and resources with a series of webinars aimed to create efficiency using popular software such as Microsoft Excel.
A series of webinars, taught by Melissa Esquibel, a Microsoft Certified Trainer, will help attendees learn Microsoft Excel and use it to simplify record keeping, manage products and services and track data to prove results to customers.
The webinars will be held:
· Demystifying Excel Formulas
September 24, 3 pm EST
For many, formulas in Excel seem like a secret language. This webinar will provide a good foundation in formulas and a basis for learning even more to simplify processes you can implement in your daily routine.
- Setting Up Your Year for Success in Excel:
October 22, 3 pm EST
Closing your books at the end of each year can often be a nightmare. Forget the headaches, and start 2013 by learning new techniques and shortcuts to not only make your new year easier to set up, but make your year-end less traumatic.
- Excel Power Tools: Let Your Data do the Talking:
November 12, 3 pm EST
Information is thrown at us faster than we can read it. Help your employees and your customers understand your project plans by learning how to use four powerful skill sets that you can put to work immediately: Formulas and Functions; Charts and Graphs; Pivot Tables; and Macros.
All three webinars may be purchased separately or as a package. NSCA members can utilize their NSCA Education Credits at 100% of the cost. Member pricing is $33 per individual webinar or $100 for the entire series. Non-member pricing is $79per individual webinar, or $215 for the entire Excel series.
For more information or to register visit www.nsca.org/webinars. To check your education credit balance or speak to an NSCA membership representative, call (800) 446-6722.
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