Insiten today announced the availability of TackleBox on Microsoft AppSource, an online cloud marketplace that provides tailored line-of-business solutions. TackleBox is a Microsoft Azure-based application that works with Microsoft 365 and OneDrive to automatically track changes made in Excel, enabling
We are excited to announce that TackleBox for Microsoft Teams is now available! Now our users can combine the automation, insights, and presentation capabilities of TackleBox with the collaboration and productivity features of Microsoft Teams. We have seen an explosion
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Insiten is pleased to announce its selection by Tech in Motion and the local tech community as a finalist for “2020 Best Tech Startup,” part of their Annual Timmy Awards, celebrating top workplaces for the tech profession. Help us reach
Why does an Excel chart look different today than it did yesterday? With TackleBox, you’ll always know the answer. Our Version Deep Diver feature empowers you to easily compare Excel content across any two file versions and zoom in with
Original Article: https://www.waynepost.com/news/20200803/brighton-native-launches-tech-app Posted Aug 3, 2020 at 5:09 PM Wayne Post Brighton native launches tech app A new app launched by Insiten.com, an Atlanta-based tech company co-founded by Brighton native and CEO Adam Trien, recently developed TackleBox to help develop PowerPoint presentations from multiple,
July 30, 2020 For Immediate Release Adam Trien, [email protected] New Cloud-based TackleBox App Automatically Injects Excel Updates into PowerPoint Atlanta, GA–If you’ve ever tried manually piecing together PowerPoint presentations from multiple, constantly changing Excel files, you will welcome TackleBox. The
There must be a better way! Since our founding in 2016, we have been developing software that streamlines and automates our clients’ critical business processes. One of the most common—and most inefficient—processes we encounter is the presentation of Excel-based analysis