Hello there! And welcome to SoftwareAccountant.Com – the authentic place to learn technology in the world of business.
My name is Abarika Abdulai, the guy behind this blog. As an enthusiast of enterprise software and technologies, I often see how people are struggling with technology in the world of business.
That’s why I started Software Accountant as a personal blog to simplify the complex stuff.
So here at SoftwareAccountant.com, my focus is to help accountants and small businesses improve their career and business with the knowledge of powerful accounting and business software.
However, my main focus is Microsoft Excel!
Yes, I write on several business software (including QuickBooks, Sage, and Tally.ERP 9), but Excel is my main focus.
Excel dominates my mind because most of the content on this blog was inspired on problems I ran into when I was first learning to become a Microsoft Excel Developer, and I have continued to expand it based on new challenges and capabilities.
When I first start to learn Excel, I felt duty-bound to take online courses and read books to help me become familiar with this software.
There was something common in almost all the courses and books I explored on this topic: they all tried to cover every single feature about Excel, but never really concentrate deep on the important stuff.
This isn’t right. Excel is a one size fits all software. Whoever you are, and wherever you are coming from, Excel has features packed just for you.
Therefore, it is left for you to filter out the tools that would really make your on-site time more effective.
That’s why I choose to ride with Excel in the world of business. Excel is overwhelmingly popular in the business world. Despite its popularity, few people know how to take advantage of its cool features to solve business problems.
This blog, plus the resources I recommend, will teach you how to use Excel’s tools to solve real-world problems, whilst avoiding the obscure options that aren’t work the trouble to learn.
I hope that my blog will help you get past some of the common (and not-so-common) pitfalls and questions everyone has when learning this software for the first time, exploring its full capacity.