Cambridge, MA, April 15, 2019 – Pagos, Inc. has announced the release of the SpreadsheetWEB version 6.9, now supporting dynamic array formulas and allowing users to download their information with one click.
Moving away from the traditional array formulas, Microsoft has recently introduced the concept of dynamic arrays, and a handful of formulas that will replace many of the existing ones. With these formulas, a “spill” feature is also coming to Excel. Calculation results can now spill over to subsequent cells, and users don’t have to guess how much space the outcome will require. Currently, only a limited number of users have been given access to these features. Dynamic array formulas will change the way we create lists and tables in data models. With version 6.9, SpreadsheetWEB has introduced support for spill ranges and dynamic array formulas.
This version also added a one-stop location for user data. SpreadsheetWEB users can now download their information directly from their account page with the click of a button. All user information kept on the system will be exported in Excel format.
“We are excited to see dynamic array functions in action and the possibilities this new concept has to offer. This will allow our users to build dynamic data models much easier, and faster.” says Ugur Kadakal, CEO of Pagos, and continues “In a world that is getting more and more transparent about how user data is used and what information is kept by companies, we believe that giving our users the ability to see their data in one place is a big step in the right direction.”.
Pagos helps businesses translate their employees’ collective Microsoft Excel expertise into robust web applications, empowering them to create secure, responsive, database-driven applications directly from their Excel spreadsheets. This provides companies with a higher level of governance for critical information and – combined with built-in workflow and reporting capabilities – offers an end-to-end platform for business users seeking to create and manage their own web applications.