Automate Those Tedious,
Repetitive, Labor Intensive Information Tasks
.... or just make those templates more professional looking,
functional and error-proof.
from databases, such as, MS SQL Server, Oracle, MS Access, Web Services, SOAP/XML,
Pull information from other Office
documents, such as, MS Word forms, MS Project, PowerPoint, etc.
Easily reconcile or merge data
sources and other quality control techniques for your data.
Use Excel information to populate and
send nicely formatted emails with attachments.
Create reports in MS PowerPoint or fill
out forms in MS Word.
Create custom proposal and estimating
templates in Excel and interface them with your other system systems.
Use Excel to read or write data from
other program formats, such as, QuickBooks, legacy DOS programs, etc.
Synchronize or transfer data back and
forth from MS Outlook Contacts, Tasks, etc.
Use Excel to create HTML based
reports and content for client reporting on your website.
Excel can manage and utilize GPS and
other geographical data for location and routing optimization
Use Excel as a document management
for archiving documents and scans - go paperless.
Use Excel as a Just-in-Time inventory
management, production scheduling or project management tool.
Excel can read and nicely display or
chart data from production, testing, healthcare or laboratory equipment.
Provide your customers with an Excel
Add-in to connect them real-time to your business.
Enhance security of your intellectual
property embedded in your Excel tool.
Import, clean and upload data to your
main database or business system.
The abilities of Excel to provide
quick and simple integration of your business data and processes is vast.
has been a spreadsheet guru since the early days of Lotus 1-2-3, while attending
business school for his MBA at Tulane University. As a business consultant over
the years, he has created dozens of sophisticated Excel applications for large
and small firms. Palmer is fluent in database design, SQL, ODBC, XML and VisualBasic for Applications along with VB.NET. He is capable of writing
VB.NET add-ins for commercial distribution to your customers, which can use
sophisticated techniques as web-services, etc. If you want
learn some of these tricks, Palmer would be happy to personally show you how or
provide your team with a training class.
You can contact Palmer at
248-867-3581 or palmer.stevens @ gmail.com
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