Excel UI vs. Web UI for Enterprise Business Planning

Excel UI vs. Web UI for Enterprise Business Planning

In 1985, Microsoft released the first version of Excel. It was instantly a hit, largely because it processed data fast, and featured strong graphics. More than three decades later, Excel remains popular among millions of users. Corporate IT departments, however, aren’t exactly pleased. Because Excel can be used for a wide range of projects—from business planning, forecasting and budgeting, to creating a power grid model—security and storage issues are rampant.

In this article, Brennan Binford, Partner at PDG Consulting, shares his insights on the ongoing Excel UI vs. Web UI debate when it comes to evaluating business planning tools.

The Advent of Web-Based Applications for Business Planning

Excel Add-Ins for Enterprise Planning Tools—They Only Partially Worked

Flashback Forward: Then Came Excel-Based Planning Applications

Excel UI: Should You or Should You Not?

Enterprise Business Planning with PDG Consulting