You can use the SUMPRODUCT function to create advanced analysis of your data set.  For example, you can calculate the number of time a sales rep has made sales in a particular region.  Watch below to see how easy it is to create a count with this advanced SUMPRODUCT function.

NB: The same result can be achieved with the Countifs formula


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