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4 Reasons Why Excel and Construction Don’t Mix

White Paper Published By: Procore
Procore
Published:  Jun 25, 2019
Type:  White Paper
Length:  10 pages

Did you know that more than 1.2 billion people use Microsoft Office?

That’s one in 7 people. A huge portion of the world’s economy is managed through it: from small businesses all the way up to Fortune 500 corporations.

Despite its popularity, Excel has its fair share of critics. What originated as rumblings among IT professionals and tech blogs, has quickly trickled into major business and technology publications. Some might think it harsh, but we want to show you the risks of using Excel in your business and help you understand how you can protect yourself, your company and your data from what Forbes refers to as ‘the most dangerous software on the planet’.



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