A training workshop is a type of interactive training where participants carry out a number of training activities rather than passively listen to a lecture or presentation.
We are offering following Training Workshops;
- Microsoft Excel
- Microsoft Word
- Microsoft PowerPoint
Power BI (Business Intelligence)
Power BI is a business analytics service that delivers insights to enable fast, informed decisions.
- Transform data into stunning visuals and share them with colleagues on any device.
- Visually explore and analyze data—on-premises and in the cloud—all in one view.
- Collaborate on and share customized dashboards and interactive reports.
- Scale across your organization with built-in governance and security.
Use Power BI and Excel together to easily gather, shape, analyze, and explore key business data in new ways—all in less time.
Financial modelling is the task of building an abstract representation (a model) of a real-world financial situation. This is a mathematical model designed to represent (a simplified version of) the performance of a financial asset or portfolio of a business, project, or any other investment.
Typically, then, financial modelling is understood to mean an exercise in either asset pricing or corporate finance, of a quantitative nature. It is about translating a set of hypotheses about the behavior of markets or agents into numerical predictions. At the same time, “financial modeling” is a general term that means different things to different users; the reference usually relates either to accounting and corporate finance applications, or to quantitative finance applications.
Such models are intended to be used as decision-making tools. Company executives might use them to estimate the costs and project the profits of a proposed new project. Financial analysts use them to anticipate the impact of an economic policy change or any other event on a company’s stock.
Financial models are used to estimate the valuation of a business or to compare businesses to their peers in the industry. They also are used in strategic planning to test various scenarios, calculate the cost of new projects, decide on budgets, and allocate corporate resources.