Incisive™ Updates Validate and Concourse to make transition to Microsoft® Excel 2010 and Windows® 7 painless
Incisive, which has the unique distinction of being the first company to offer its spreadsheet analysis and management services as both Software as a Service (SaaS) and also installable products, is now gearing up towards providing updates to Validate and Concourse. This is meant to help customers to get optimal performance, once they upgrade to Microsoft Office 2010. Considering that Incisive is Windows 7-Certified, you don’t need to worry about the compatibility of its products with the latest Windows software.
Diane Robinette, Vice President of Marketing- Incisive, while stressing that Incisive products are an integral part of customers’ daily task, added that it is also important that their company develops technology that can keep pace with Microsoft software. If you are using Incisive products, these updates are for you and will nullify the possibility of any disruption with the products during the transition to Microsoft Office 2010 and Windows 7.
Validate 3.1 is a premier spreadsheet auditing software application that has been designed to integrate seamlessly with Microsoft Excel. It can be of great help to auditors looking to review spreadsheet data, such as formulas and logics with ease. Validate, also termed as computer-aided audit tool (CAAT), is responsible for determining the authenticity of information and figuring out risk factors for auditors to address spreadsheet risk and give a risk oversight. The review process will get much simpler if you use the tools offered by Validate as they are precisely designed for that.
As opposed to Validate, Concourse is a solution that has been designed for spreadsheet collaboration and control. Both the spreadsheet user and auditor levels are taken care of by Concourse 1.1 so that everyone involved in the process can create, maintain, and audit the spreadsheets. Another feature of Concourse is that the spreadsheets it uses are identical to Microsoft Excel, so there is no additional effort involved in learning to handle them.