Learn to crunch numbers with Microsoft’s best programs for under $30

Learn to crunch numbers with Microsoft’s best programs for under $30

Big data remains one of the buzziest buzzwords in American business. Therefore, for those with the know-how to harness mountains of raw numbers and make connections from those data dumps into useable, even insightful business projections, they’re the keepers of a much in-demand skill.

Data analysis isn’t magic. And while it’s definitely not simple, those numbers are tameable…as you can learn with the teachings in this Microsoft Data Analysis Bundle. The package is available right now at one of its lowest prices ever, just $29 (over 90 percent off) from TNW Deals.

You get four courses and over 36 hours of training, all geared toward helping you use Microsoft apps to analyze, understand and utilize everything the data tells you about your business. You’ll receive:

  • Microsoft Power BI (a $345 value): Power BI streamlines how you access and utilize information across various tools and devices to create stunning data visualizations and offer deeper understanding of what your business reports are really saying.
  • Advanced Excel (a $345 value): The warehouse of Microsoft Office, find out how this venerable, must-know program presents data in simple, easy-to-follow and easy-to-maneuver terms.
  • Advanced VBA (a $69 value): VBA is used to help automate functions that usually consume way too much of your work time. Here, you’ll design and implement special classes and functions that’ll reach your end results much faster with fewer headaches.
  • Advanced Microsoft Access (a $345 value): Access grants you deeper, more nuanced control of your database so you can use your volumes of data in more interesting (and more insightful) ways.

You’ll have an advanced understanding of all of Microsoft’s most powerful data tools with this package, which usually runs over $1,100, but is now available for only $29.

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