ModelSheet Authoring

What is ModelSheet Authoring?

ModelSheet Authoring is a web application for authoring and maintaining business models
and delivering them in Excel spreadsheets

Freedom from cells: ModelSheet Authoring automates virtually all manual cell-level operations needed to build spreadsheets, so modelers can focus on business logic. ModelSheet Authoring generates fully functional spreadsheets and re-imports edited data from spreadsheets that it created.

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Using ModelSheet Authoring

Build a model with ModelSheet Authoring in a web browser, publish as an Excel report,
re-import data changes and refine model

Copy in data from various sources or type it in. Build and evolve your model using the innovative ModelSheet Authoring environment.


Export your model to Excel workbook(s) with a single click and distribute reports in the familiar and polished Excel format.

Capture changes made to data directly from the Excel reports. Refine and enhance model logic.

Why Use ModelSheet Authoring?

Create business models with higher reliability, more expressiveness,
better collaboration and increased productivity

Higher Reliability

Higher reliability

Sharply reduces error prone manual cell-level operations. Readable symbolic formulas help authors and auditors (Example: Profit = Revenue – Expense, not C11 = D52 –E47). Report users can edit numerical inputs in Excel, while model authors maintain standardized models. Models resist becoming “brittle” over time.

More Expressiveness

More expressiveness

Build models with readable symbolic formulas instead of cell formulas, plus segmentation dimensions and time series. When you change a model, sheet layouts adjust automatically and you can edit the layout later, so modelers can make complex changes with better control and far fewer manual cell-level operations.

Better Collaboration

Better collaboration

Collaborate at the level of named variables and dimensions, not cell addresses. Authors and auditors find it easier to check a smaller number of variables, formulas, and manual cell-level operations.

Increased Productivity
Increased productivity

Cell level operations are automated leading to far fewer formulas. Many operations take 10% or even 1% as much time as with conventional spreadsheets. Productivity will soar for many tasks.