50% off on ExcelUser’s Dashaboard Kit [2 days only]


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ExcelUser Dashboards - ReviewCharley at Excel User is running a sale on the excel dashboard kits. It is too good to be true. You get the plug and play dashboard kits for half the regular price. Go here to avail this offer and read on, if you are not sure what the dashboard kit is.

For a long time now, I have been an advocate of Excel User’s dashboards. Charley is a pioneer when it comes to excel based dashboard reporting. He has popularized several techniques like using sumproduct formula, using camera tool etc. I have been such a fan boy of his work that I even interviewed him once on this blog [here].

Using excel dashboard kit, you can very easily make excel dashboards from your data. The dashboards are dynamic and linked to one source data file. You can apply multiple color schemes, format the dashboards easily and send the report to your boss all in no time.

Also, you can get an excel dashboard e-book which explains how to make dashboards.

For a limited time (that is from now to End of Dec 4th, 2009), Charley is offering 6 bonuses with the bundle. The bonuses include 3 hours of training and sample dashboards. All for 50% off original sale price.

I have been using the dashboard kit for a while now and find it very useful. I highly recommend this product to anyone in the reporting roles as the deal cant get any sweeter.

To get this limited time offer, go to ExcelUser’s Dashboards page.

Note: I get a small commission whenever you buy these dashboards. But I would have recommended them anyway because the deal is too good to be true and the product is truly outstanding.

PS: Free option to make excel dashboards – check it out for tons of tutorials, downloads and resources.

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