Over the past few decades, businesses have witnessed a continuous flow of technology products to deal with data in areas ranging from DBMS to BI reporting.
But for at least 25 years now, Microsoft Excel continues to be the preferred tool for data analysis for the business end-user.
With over 400 functions to perform calculations and analysis, Pivot Tables to summarize large volumes of data, and to a variety of charts to present
the analysis to the bosses, Excel has evolved to cater to every need of the data analyst. In fact, due to its wide variety of features and continuous upgrades,
it can become a bit overwhelming to keep pace with.