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MMT Account-Business

MMT Account-Business is an MS Excel based software on Accounting, Sales, Purchases, Inventory and Manufacturing operations. It is Easy...

3 days ago By Mark-Motum

Insights

Insights is 64-bit parallel data mining software that takes conventional data mining to a new level of sophistication and applicability....

February 17, 2015 By KnowledgeMiner Software

Logi Vision

Logi Vision is a data discovery tool that allows users to analyze, visualize and socialize around their data with an easy-to-use drag...

February 8, 2015 By Logi Analytics

Tableau Desktop 6.0

Tableau Desktop puts sophisticated business intelligence tools in the hands of knowledge workers, allowing them to bring data alive in a variety of informative ways.

February 14, 2011 by

WSO2 eases enterprise data availability for SOA access, consumption

In its initial release, the application supports access to data stored in relational databases such as Oracle, MySQL and IBM DB2, as well as the comma-separated values (CSV) file format, and Excel spreadsheets. It allows users to authenticate, encrypt and sign services using the WS-Security and HTTP security standards. In addition, support for the WS-ReliableMessaging standard provides enterprise-level reliability.

October 6, 2008 by

Celio Redfly - access virtualization using smartphones

Celio Corp has a different take on how to offer mobile staff access to applications and data, one that is based upon making use of the power of Windows Mobile-based Smartphones. This way mobile staff members can access pocket office (Outlook, Word, Excel and Powerpoint) using a much larger screen and keyboard.

September 18, 2008 by

ModelSheet: good in theory, needs more work

Modelsheet is pitched as a product that is supposed to make the development of complex models much easier than the default 'Excel way.' In theory it removes a number of the steps necessary to ensure data accuracy and template integrity.

August 20, 2008 by

Microsoft Excel patch may lead to to calculation errors

Microsoft plugged more than a few vulnerabilities in Excel last week, but the trade off may be calculation errors.Microsoft's Bill Sisk said in a post late Friday following the software giant's latest patch batch:I wanted to let you know that we have updated bulletin MS08-014 to provide additional information on a newly identified issue that causes Microsoft Excel 2003 calculations to return an incorrect result when a Real Time Data source is used.

March 16, 2008 by

A slim API for OOXML

One of things that originally made me want more information about Microsoft Office document formats was the need to harvest data from documents uploaded to web sites, as well as to generate Excel spreadsheets that served as mini-applications for data entry by people in the field. This need occurred to me as far back as 1995, while doing web development for a telecommunications equipment company in Richardson, TX.

March 13, 2008 by

Making Excel better with open source

By keeping processed data in memory the new Palo Server from Germany speeds the processing of Excel queries by a factor of 10. And the open API means you can plug other applications in easily, if you're not an Excel-head.

October 7, 2007 by

XML component streamlines client's order entry system

By using XML programming, Excel, Access, and Active Server Pages, one consultant automated a client's order entry process, cut the time the client had to spend rekeying data, and eliminated order entry errors. If your clients are like mine, the projects that really get their attention are those that eliminate repetitive tasks or save them time and money.

March 9, 2004 by

ScanSoft looks to simplify forms

Software maker ScanSoft announced Friday the release of Xpress Forms Pack, a package intended to allow small- and medium-sized businesses to easily use electronic forms. The package includes more than 200 premade forms such as expense reports and bills, tools for designing forms, and tools for exporting data to common applications such as Microsoft Excel.

December 6, 2002 by

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