We Are The Leading Microsoft Certified Microsoft Excel Experts, We Have Been Since 1985, 32 Years and Counting!

 

Few of our competitors were even alive in 1985! More like the year 2000 or later. Children Really. Most don’t even know the history of Excel. How good can you be if you do not fully understand the application you are using? Make sure you know who you are working with, and make sure they are truly Microsoft Excel experts, preferably a Microsoft Certified international corporation that Microsoft hires us when they need Power BI or Excel help.

 

 

The Senior Excel team at ExcelConsultant.Net has been programming in Microsoft Excel since its original release in 1985. That is a whopping 32+ years of Excel experience. Most of our competitors have never even worked in the various Excel for the Mac releases. How can you can you call yourself an expert if you cannot program in the various versions of Excel?

Before 1985 we worked in Lotus 123. Back in 1985 we worked in Microsoft Excel on the Apple Macintosh. Later in the Windows version. No one has worked in Excel longer, other than those that initially developed and tested it that is. Literally. Our least experienced senior Excel expert has 19 years experience programming in Microsoft Excel, and our average Excel programmer has 22 years experience.

 

The Senior Excel team at ExcelConsultant.Net has been programming in Microsoft Excel since its original release in 1985. That is a whopping 32+ years of Microsoft Excel programming experience. Before then we worked in Lotus 123.

 

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Our team of Microsoft Solution experts have more experience than most people in our space.

 

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A lot of people use Microsoft Excel, over a billion of them, but of those less than 5% are what you would call an Excel expert.

 

 

How many people use Microsoft Excel? Well that depends on who you ask. If you ask Brad Yundt he would tell you “Microsoft claimed that 30 million people used Excel in 1996. That’s an impressive number of accountants, but then the engineers started using Excel, and the rest of the world followed. The figure is a whole lot higher today.”

 

Microsoft claimed that 30 million people used Excel in 1996. That’s an impressive number of accountants, but then the engineers started using Excel, and the rest of the world followed. The figure is a whole lot higher today. Microsoft bragged in 2016 that more than 1.2 billion people use Microsoft Office.

 

What Sort of Things Indicate Someone Who Might Be A Microsoft Excel Expert?

 

It is pretty rare to find a freelancer that is actually a well vetted and qualified Excel expert. Most freelancers are actually below the intermediate level, and no where near an expert. An expert is someone at the top of the skills range, not the closest to the bottom.

 

People are able to charge what they are worth. If they could charge more they would. Write this down, “you usually get what you pay for”; experts of course do demand a higher rate.

 

Think of it this way, in your organization, where you work, if they hired someone to do your job how successful would they be if they hired someone at a dramatic discount to what they pay you? Do you make what you are worth or far far less? Are you overpaid based on the rates of freelancers, or are freelancers paid what they are worth, based on the skills they bring to the table.

Of course you can see the dilemma, when you search for a non-expert, an intermediate level programmer or a freelancer or under-qualified consultant. Basically it comes down to this, people are able to charge what they are worth. If they could charge more they would. Period. So their rate should clearly tell you if they suck or if there is a chance they can do the work. Write this down, you usually get qhat you pay for; experts of course can demand a higher rate.

 

Our team of Microsoft Solution experts have more experience than most people in our space.

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