Nearly everyone who works with a computer is expected to be at least competent with Microsoft Excel.

Becoming a master of the program, though, could be a career-changer. It’s much harder to find a job or a company that doesn’t rely on Excel than all those that do.

So take advantage of The 2020 Master Microsoft Excel & Power BI Certification Bundle, a collection of eight courses which is available right now for $34.96: a 97% discount.

These courses, each of which has a regular value of $99 or more, take deep dives into analytics, formulas, spreadsheet organization and understanding how to handle raw data. This understanding of Excel can make you a better candidate to handle a complex budget or spearhead an analytical report that could change the direction of your company.

The eight courses include 18 hours of learning content, headlined by the Excel with Pivot Tables Bootcamp. This 10-hour class is ideal whether you’re a beginner or already advanced in Excel, and is effective for many different years’ versions of Excel.

You will be able to analyze heaps of data, use Excel to be a storyteller and learn how to build visually-compelling dashboards.

Pair these new skills with the remaining courses, where you can learn the ins and outs of Power BI (a Microsoft business analytics service), the top 50 Excel formulas and keyboard shortcuts, and mastering Excel charts, and your resume will undergo a rapid makeover.

“In business, literally, any function in any industry can benefit from those with strong Excel knowledge,” wrote Eric Rosenberg in Investopedia, an online resource for investing and finance education. “Excel is a powerful tool that has become entrenched in business processes worldwide–whether for analyzing stocks or issuers, budgeting, or organizing client sales lists.”

Simply put, flourishing in Excel can benefit professionals almost anywhere. Make use of this 97% discount and further your comprehension of this all-important program.

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