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Ex-Googlers Develop Excel Keyboard Cover Increasing Productivity at Google and Fortune 500 Companies
Innovative Excel Keyboard Cover Teaches Excel Shortcuts To Bankers, Tech Firms, and MBA Students
“Many of my co-workers at Google were using Macs and were tired of being inefficient and slow at Excel. They would look up the keyboard shortcuts online or would look at a paper cheat sheet at their desk. Using our Excel keyboard covers, the shortcuts are literally at your fingertips and helped my co-workers be more productive,”
“The problem with cheat sheets and other solutions is that they try to show you every single Excel shortcut under the sun. Our research showed that most analysts only use 15-20 shortcuts 80% of the time on the job,” said Imran Khan, co-founder. As Macbooks® become more popular in the workplace and graduate business schools, KeyCuts keyboard covers can help you transition to Excel for the Mac if you are thinking about buying a Macbook.
The key features of the keyboard covers include:
• 20 Excel keyboard shortcuts for formatting, navigation, cell selection, and more
• 5 different colors to make your keyboard stand out from your peers
• Durable silicone rubber is easy to type on protects your keyboard from dirt and dust
• Reduces typing noise from the keyboard
• Compatible with Mac Excel 2008/2011 and the latest generation Macbook Airs, Pros, and Retinas
KeyCuts keyboard covers are being used by companies such as Google, Cushman & Wakefield, and Mercer Consulting. MBA students at Columbia Business School and NYU Stern are catching on and buying the product to be faster in Excel while adding character to their keyboards. All keyboard covers retail for $24.99, check out their store today for all the different colors at http://www.thekeycuts.com/
KeyCuts is a subsidiary of Be Productive LLC, an NYC-based company committed to making you faster in Excel and more productive on your job. Through keyboard cover products, classes, and custom consulting, we will help you become the Excel guru you've always wanted to be.
Page Updated Last on: Dec 16, 2013