In this tutorial we will show you how to consolidate multiple worksheets into a Pivot table using Excel.
If the data is arranged properly, then you can do that.
However, despite all the well intentioned initiatives to work faster, for many it remains a time consuming process to get the right numbers together – especially at group level. At 80% of organizations, the budgeting cycle runs for between 4 and 8 weeks.
Excel has built-in tools for finding duplicates, and that makes the process very easy. Open up the example workbook, and take a look at the first sheet.
Businesses have long wrestled with streamlining of their in- and external reporting processes, getting hold of high quality, accurately consolidated numbers that paint the right picture.
Any company that takes itself seriously - not just the listed ones – wants to make decision based on up to date, trustworthy, complete management information.
As an Excel spreadsheet grows, you start finding a host of new issues to deal with.
Especially if it gets updated regularly, and even more so if it gets updated by multiple people.