End-user computing refers to computer systems and platforms in which non-programmers can create working computer applications. Examples of end-user computing applications include spreadsheets, MATLAB, Python, PowerPoint, Word, and Microsoft Access.
The term End-User Computing or EUC is often referred to by using slightly different acronyms. For example, some firms refer to a EUC as a Business-Critical User Applications (BCUA), End-User Computing Application (EUDA), End-User Developed Application (EUDA), or User-Developed Application (UDA). All these different terms used to describe an end-user computing application essentially refers to the same thing and can be used interchangeably.
No. Workscope is designed to work with spreadsheets of any size. A file can be 1MB, 100MB, or more, and Workscope will analyse the spreadsheet for all of the required checks.
Yes. Workscope will analyse VBA contained within spreadsheets. The VBA will be analysed for errors and bad practices. Results are returned in a manner that makes it very quick to pinpoint and resolve issues that exist within the spreadsheet.
Workscope is designed for businesses that use a lot of spreadsheets. Workscope delivers get deep insights and powerful business intelligence reporting to show how spreadsheets are utilised and support the day-to-day business processes. Organizations will be able to see exactly where risk, errors and inefficiencies exist within the organization. End-users also benefit from a suite of easy to use tools to remediate issues and improve business productivity.