Sensdat featured in the top 20 UK young digital entrepreneur of the year

Good news… 🙂

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We are thrilled to see our team’s (represented by Kevin our CEO) achievements recognized by our nomination in the top 20 “UK young digital entrepreneur of the year 2016” at the Young Digital Leader Award!

This recognition comes as the cherry on the cake after a very busy summer during which we started to make a name for ourselves in the luxury sector. We couldn’t be more excited for the challenges and hustles that await us in the coming months.

The Sensteam

 

 



Building a beautiful non-Excel-looking Dashboard using…Excel (part 3)

When dealing with a client that has Excel 2010, 2013 or 2016, the Sensdat team builds and formats the dashboard with Excel of course, using Pivot Tables, slicers, hyperlinks and conditional formatting. This blog post is about visuals only, what we call the “window” that we create and set on the very messy and dark “data-Mordor” 🙂  . The “back-end stuff” (data modelling, Kpis, etc…) is of course made with our favorite tools: Power Pivot and Power Query but does not interest us here.  The following process will help you save a lot of time and repetitive tasks while creating an awesome cockpit that will make all of your colleagues admire your skills! 🙂

In our last post, we looked at “adding some insightful content” to our already very sexy cockpit. Yeah! It was a long post. So, this one will be a short one, promised!

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Building a beautiful non-Excel-looking Dashboard using…Excel (part 2)

When dealing with a client that has Excel 2010, 2013 or 2016, the Sensdat team builds and formats the dashboard with Excel of course, using Pivot Tables, slicers, hyperlinks and conditional formatting. This blog post is about visuals only, what we call the “window” that we create and set on the very messy and dark “data-Mordor” 🙂  . The “back-end stuff” (data modelling, Kpis, etc…) is of course made with our favorite tools: Power Pivot and Power Query but does not interest us here.  The following process will help you save a lot of time and repetitive tasks while creating an awesome cockpit that will make all of your colleagues admire your skills! 🙂

In our last post, we looked at “how to prepare the tabs formatting” of our future very sexy cockpit. Now, it is time to add some content:

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