You have no time to waste
After some years spent in the financial industry, I have frequently noticed that data processes were not as efficient as they could be. Too many times I saw people spend hours creating the same reports, and start again the following month. Usually, this followed a single common pattern: collect data from a specific source, modify and format it, save it and send it.
The moment I realized that it was possible to automate pretty much any routine tasks with a few lines of code was a real revelation for me. Since then, I have been focusing on automating all the processes that my colleagues and I needed, replacing hours of manual processing with a single button click.
Well, this is exactly what I want to show; how you can spare your time and your colleague’s, so you can focus on tasks where you have a real added-value.
The objective of this course is thus to show that it is possible for everyone to automate many different data processes from start to finish.
The key to doing this is using the right tools, so you will find that Excel is great, but it is even more powerful when used with other applications. Among other things, we will work with Microsoft Access, which is the Office database tool. We will see how more efficient it is to use Access compared to Excel for certain tasks, but also how these two applications can be used together to build an even more efficient process.
End-to-end automation reachable by anyone
Why is this course different from the others I can find on the same subject?
This course is different for several reasons:
Can I find the content of this course on Google?
Honestly … yes, you can! I myself learned a lot about VBA and other programming languages using Google. I can tell you there are tons of useful information you can find online (a few billions in less than a second to be exact).
But this is for the exact same reason that I would have liked to have a resource like this one at the very beginning. Simply, because there are multiple ways to automate a process, which makes it much more complicated to build without any experience.
By following a specific method, with tailored explanations and examples, you have the opportunity to learn a subject much faster. Of course, this doesn’t prevent you to keep on exploring the subject afterwards.
Why should I follow this course and learn automation?
There are different reasons for that.
First and perhaps the most obvious is that data is taking up more and more space in most of today’s businesses. The more comfortable you are with data, the better prepared you will be for this trend.
After completing this course, I am pretty sure you will approach things differently. I’m not saying you will be an expert in database management or in big data … because it is not the objective. However, you will have a much clearer vision of what can be automated, with what tools, and most importantly how it can make your life easier.
By following this course, you will have the opportunity to rethink your existing processes, and build new ones, in a much more efficient way. This will more than likely have a positive impact on you and your colleagues, but also on your boss’s appreciation of your work.
Finally, maybe the principal reason is that automation is not as complicated as it seems. Contrary to what you might expect, it does not take years to start coding. This course only lasts about 5 hours, which is less than a single work day and already enough to cover many of the important things to know.
So, if you have absolutely no idea what you can automate, or how you can automate it …
Join us today! and this might be the most productive work day you have had in awhile.