Spreadsheet Confidence Delivered
Incisive Xcellerator™ software empowers end users to efficiently do their jobs with a high degree of accuracy. Working seamlessly within Microsoft Excel, Xcellerator detects and helps resolve errors and risk, as well as providing insight into spreadsheet construction.
Developed for all levels of spreadsheet users, Xcellerator software allows organizations to:
- Locate formula problems
- Manage external references for completeness and access
- Discover hidden information
- Gain visibility into spreadsheet structure
If you have specific areas of concern like formula errors; hidden pages, rows and cells; currency errors; number formatted as text; or referencing blank cells, Xcellerator can help.
Spreadsheets are used for critical business decisions and therefore need to be reliable. Errors, fraud and out-of-date external references can skew results and cause bad decisions to be made. Xcellerator ensures error free data that can be relied upon to make good decisions.
Robust Test Environment
Start with a comprehensive set of 39 out of the box tests or create an unlimited number of custom tests tailor-made for your needs. Xcellerator’s patent-pending overlay technology generates a color heat map to highlight potential areas of concern and allows users to directly update the spreadsheet.
Xcellerator is the only solution to accurately compare differences between spreadsheets. Identify data changes as well as structural changes in a document, such as inserting, moving or deleting columns. Go beyond the basics and see what the changes have affected in other cells or worksheets to get a true sense of the impact of the difference.
Generate standard or configurable reports to track identified problems and document their remediation. The Excel-based reports easily print or email for internal management or to satisfy audit and compliance reporting requirements.
Tips for Controlling Spreadsheet Risk
Watch this IIA Audit TV video interview with Incisive CEO Diane Robinette for more on addressing spreadsheet risk.