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What-if Analysis Manager

What-if Analysis Manager What-if Analysis Manager is a tool which is powerful and simple to use, since, with What-if Analysis Manager you will be able to perform sensitivity analyses on your Excel models, obtaining results through three possibilities: tornado analysis, spider analysis and sensitivity tables.
What-if Analysis Manager is your best partner when developing a “WHAT-IF ANALYSIS”; process involving changes in the values of input cells, to see how they would affect the spreadsheet’s output (cells containing formulas).
Moreover, What-if Analysis Manager for Excel is TOTALLY COMPATIBLE WITH EXCEL 2007!!!
If you acquire What-if Analysis Manager you can upgrade to Model Analyzer for Excel or Model Assistant Suite paying only the difference.

Software Information System Requirements
Version: 2.1.0
  • Windows 7, Vista, XP and 2003
  • Microsoft Excel 2007, Excel 2010
  • 256 MB of RAM
  • Pentium II CPU
License:Free to try, $119.95 to buy
File Size: 4.57 MB
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Important characteristics of What-if Analysis Manager:
  • Affords a Wizard which is intuitive and easy to use.
  • 100% integrated with Microsoft Excel.
  • Intuitive and easy interpret reports.
  • Access to sensitivity models for quick updating and results viewing.
  • Automatic detection of input data.
  • Automatic detection of variables’ headings.
  • The market’s most robust tool at the lowest price.
  • What is a sensitivity analysis (What-if analysis)
  • Sensitivity Analysis (or Post-Optimization Analysis) studies the manner how the most optimal target solution or function (Output), would be affected by changes in the value of one or more parameters (Input) of a model, while the rest of them remain unchanged.


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