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It’s no secret that every accountant whether in practice or in industry or in government make good use of the almighty Excel spreadsheet program; it’s an invaluable tool that helps us process complicated data sets and communicate large amounts of information to clients and colleagues. Our Bench-marking the Accounting & Finance Function report shows that 63 percent of U.S. companies rely on Excel. Excel is the preferred tool for budgeting and planning across accounting and finance function. Excel is still most popular tool for preparing tax work papers or for auditing.
You may come across several dozens of excel tips and tricks program that are available online. But this course is specifically design to meet the needs for accountants. By far the most popular course on excel for accounting community.
Working with data, reports and multiple sheets can also represent a significant time suck, with most of accountants only ever using 10 per cent of what Excel has to offer. Whether you stick to basic functions, or are a macro-writing, pivot-table-creating, multi-referential workbook workhorse. This webinar will also help you in data analysis, preparing financial statements & putting up financial strategies using the analysis.
Our concept is that you can learn the easy things, but the people that have exceptional skill sets are the ones that will shine. And to get such an exceptional skill set takes work -- a lot of work and study. We are not going to tell you that this course is so easy that a six-year-old can do it. This CPE webinar is designed to teach phenomenal skills, not just ordinary skills to become a CEO (Chief Excel Officer)
Jim Cline graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Taxation from the University of Houston in 1989. His first job was at Arthur Andersen where he worked in the Tax and Real Estate Appraisal departments. After seven years with Arthur Andersen, Mr. Cline became the Manager of Revenue Services at Service Corporation International (SCI), the largest funeral home and cemetery consolidator in North America. Currently, he is the Director of Ad Hoc Reporting and Information Support at SCI. In 2005, Jim started developing a course that would train accountants in his group in Microsoft Excel. He realized that even recent college graduates didn’t possess the Excel skills needed to work in his group. His first book (Excel 2003) took three-and-a-half years to complete. After immense success with the first book, he decided to expand his curriculum to include Microsoft Access, which took an additional two years to complete. In 2007, he started selling his courses online under the name of ClineSys, and in 2011 he changed the name of his courses to be ExcelCEO (which stands for Chief Excel Officer). Since the inception, Jim Cline and his ExcelCEO courses have trained thousands of accountants, financiers, and business professionals in how to work with Excel and Access in a business environment with amazing results. Jim is married with five children and seven grandchildren. Jim continues to conduct seminars, conferences, and CPE webinars He is a Boy Scout leader, a part-time web developer, owns a small cattle ranch outside of Houston, and speaks three languages (four if you count Texan).
ExcelCEO offers accredited, comprehensive, self-study training courses for Microsoft Access (2010, 2007, 2003) and Microsoft Excel (2013, 2010, 2007, 2003). Courses are divided into three sections: Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced levels. We've designed the courses to teach phenomenal skills, not just ordinary skills.
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MY-CPE LLC (Sponsor Id#: 143597) is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.NASBARegistry.org.