Incisive Software Improves Low-Code/No-Code and Microsoft Excel Solutions for Greater Visibility and Control

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Incisive Software releases its extensive enhancements to its Low-Code/No-Code and Microsoft Excel solutions. These improvements are part of the Incisive Analytics Essentials suite that will strengthen security tasks, enhance the management of EUC deployments, and simplify access control methods.

The release will support organizations with their secure and trustworthy data management solutions aligned with the new enhancements. These updates will bring advanced access controls, security features, and management capabilities. They will encourage organizations to maintain the highest level of data integrity, compliance, and operational efficiencies.

The new Analytics Essentials brings major enhancements to Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, such as digital signatures, asset protections, sheet-level access management, improved file discovery and filtration and more.

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