If you are itching to crunch some numbers
and extrapolate key information from those mounds of data strewn across your Excel spreadsheets and piled within an Oracle database or Google Docs, IBM is launching a new tool that just might zero in on your needs--whether you're a company bigwig or not.
To find the solution, Deloitte executives Michael Raynor and Mumtaz Ahmed decided to crunch some numbers
The meeting will crunch some numbers
for the agency's 2010 budget.
Then next week we will sit down, crunch some numbers
and see how we could best recoup those losses," adding that it will "seriously consider" action against airports operator BAA, which said in a statement that because Heathrow already is well over capacity, "the scale and suddenness of the measures imposed last week could not be managed without significant disruption.
If you are going to use Excel to crunch some numbers
it better be able to shake hands with your primary administration software, something, that in our experience, does not occur as often as it should.
And sometimes, we asked graduate students to crunch some numbers
for us," says Mumm.
But for those who can remain objective, the next few years could be an ideal time to collect data and crunch some numbers