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Scenario planning

Jane’s department is planning the budget for next year. She has modelled the expenses in Excel. Her GRID document allows her team to interactively explore the effects of major decisions such as additional hiring, cutting travel expenses and hiring that new subcontractor.

Example
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Spreadsheet-to-mobile

Jerry has a spreadsheet that is regularly used to communicate sales results, pipeline status and tracking towards quota to the sales team. However, this spreadsheet is hard to read on a mobile device, and the mobile interface doesn’t allow any interaction. With GRID, Jerry and his team have a modern way to track their progress and a way for each salesperson to see their compensation given their own deal estimates.

Example
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“Spreadsheet as a Service”

Jenna is an engineer. She has built a spreadsheet model that allows contractors installing air conditioning units to enter the characteristics of a room, or an entire house, and returns a list of recommended equipment and setup. Currently Jenna sells this spreadsheet online, but with GRID she’s able to build a modern web interface on top of the spreadsheet, maintain a single version of the model and - best of all - fully control access without any risk that buyers will share her model with others.

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