Reading Time: < 1 minute A recent Businessweek article discussed the craziest things employees tried to expense in 2012. Some of the strange items included live baby octopuses, deer urine and a trip for a job interview. These items are so outrageous, it is pretty easy to see why
Reading Time: < 1 minute In a recent article, I warned of the dangers of a poorly managed Excel strategy. Many organizations simply do not believe damage (whether financial, reputation, compliance, etc) can result from an Excel worksheet. Recently, the 2012 London Olympics suffered an embarrassment because of a worksheet error.
Reading Time: 3 minutes End User Computing (EUC) applications (i.e. Excel, Access, etc) provide great benefits to organizations. Savvy users can create applications that allow them to gather, sort, filter and analyze data. One major benefit is the ability to make quickly make critical decisions based