For over 16 years the Operis Analysis Kit, or OAK, has been a vital aid to spreadsheet users, used by almost all of the large accounting practices and major financial institutions around the world.
It is extensively used by the Operis modelling team and recognised as the industry standard in Excel modelling and auditing software.
You can download and install it on a computer to trial for FREE for 30-days in its full unrestricted version.
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|1-2||£395||Single user license.|
|3-9||£265||Multiple license fee based upon ‘3 for the price of 2’ rate.|
|10+||£200||For bulk license acquisitions, offered at heavily reduced price.|
|Site License||Please call Operis for a quotation||Allows all users within the company to install the software on their machine.|
OAK has been a vital aid to Excel users for over 16 years. Designed to extend the capability of Excel for users of complex spreadsheets, OAK is particularly helpful in the development and review of large financial models. Once installed, Excel will display two additional tabs on the top ribbon, comprising the OAK tools:
OAK Development ribbon
OAK Review ribbon
A picture paints a thousand words, as does the Mapping Tool, by providing a geographical representation of the selected worksheets to aid the comprehension of the model’s structure.
This command produces an easily understood report that summarises the key features of a financial model, such as the number of worksheets, formulae and errors. An invaluable tool in providing an instant snapshot of the model’s structure, size and complexity.
This feature extends the ability of Excel to identify cells with specific attributes and to more easily identify potential sources of error.
Considered by many to be OAK’s most powerful feature, this function will document and highlight the differences between two selected worksheets or workbooks. This saves enormous time for those sharing iterations of their models.
The Optimise tool will attempt to offer an shorter alternate formula through the use of algebraic simplifications, therefore eliminating instances of overly complex formula.
Love them or hate them, many model contain the use of range names. This tool extends Excel’s ability to manipulate Excel names, thereby making it easier to add, modify and delete range names in a model.