1. The Pareto Principle _ Using spreadsheet tracking, you can easily apply the Pareto principle in deciding which of your income sources and expense channels(i.e. products and services sales) to focus on in order to maximize profits. Considering that you are most likely to use the same marketing/sales resources to serve your customers, it only follows that if you focus on your biggest margin selling products/services, you will get increased profits at more or less the same cost.
Get Maximum Returns On Your Investment In Spreadsheet Automation By Developing "In House" Expertise. Organisations can deliberately expose their employees to learning events(or self_help tutorials) on spreadsheet solutions development. Such employees can then be challenged to develop in_house solutions that effectively address the business' peculiar data analysis/report_generation needs as they arise.
The 80ᚼ Pareto principle is based on Pareto's theory that 80% of the results one gets in a particular endeavour will be mainly due to 20% of areas to which one has applied efforts. In business this principle has been found to be true. Your data, properly converted into appropriate performance indicators, will show you where your largest margins come from. You can then channel more time and effort in that direction.
This article is meant for those individuals/businesses who sometimes experience a need to use their spreadsheets in the (somewhat "impersonal"?) manner described above, to get the results they want. That need would often arise out of their lack of requisite skills to get the spreadsheet to behave the way they want _ or limited time to devote towards incorporating necessary automation to make it do so.
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