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Rob Collie is an Excel MVP since 2010 who is a world expert and author in Excel Power Pivot and Power BI and resides in Indianapolis, USA!

One of the founding engineers behind Power Pivot during his 14 year stint at Microsoft, Rob Collie now runs a consulting and analytics company over at www.PowerPivotPro.com

Rob Collie and his team have trained and helped thousands of people and companies save money and hours with their Online Course and Public Training Classes on Power Pivot and Power BI.

In this Excel Podcast episode, Rob talks about his adventure into Excel, the various features within Power Pivot (Measures, DAX, etc) and his online and public courses.

 

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Rob’s Power Pivot Courses

  • Power Pivot Online Training is a self paced online video course which includes 20+ hours of bite sized video tutorials on all of Power Pivot’s features & capabilities!
  • Public Training Classes which are held in the USA and cover various topics such as:
    • Foundations: Power Pivot and Power BI with Rob Collie
    • Level Up Series: Advanced DAX
    • Specialize Series: Power Pivot & Power BI for Accountants
    • Level Up Series: Get & Transform with Power BI

***** Apply the discount code MYXL in the checkout area to receive 20% OFF the Power Pivot Online Training and 10% OFF the Public Training Classes  *****

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