Summary: Commonly found in spreadsheet programs (like Excel), pivot tables are interactive tables that automatically extract, organize, and summarize data. However, while pivot table reporting is almost synonymous with Excel, is it really the right tool for the job?
Pivot tables are a staple of modern business reporting. Typically found in spreadsheet programs (like Excel), they let users quickly examine nearly any aspect of their data, make comparisons, and discover trends.
But, are spreadsheets really the right tool for the job? No.
You see, many businesses don’t understand the risks and drawbacks of spreadsheet-based pivot tables. They also don’t realize the business advantages (and security benefits) that come when they move their pivot tables to the web.
To learn more, check out the webinar replay below. In this webinar, you will:
- Learn 3 advantages of web-based pivot tables over Excel-based pivot tables
- Walk through a demo of a web-based pivot table
- Watch a sample pivot table build process