Microsoft Excel X Cube

Enjoy the power of next-generation software with the familiarity of Microsoft Excel.

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Work where you want

Keep your models and hard-won skills and get easy access to your source system data.

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Single source of truth

Cube handles the data governance, so you can focus on analyzing and planning—and less on tracking mistakes.

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One-click fetch

Pull free source system data into your existing environment with a single button click.

Welcome to FP&A without the busy work

Get out of the data entry weeds and into the strategy. Sign up for a free demo of Cube today.

I love the Microsoft Excel functionality. I get to keep my Excel modeling and have the benefits of an ERP to load (without all the headaches of the ERP!). I demoed several competitors, and this system was by far the best.

Justin P., Director of Finance

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Why integrate Microsoft Excel with Cube

Go live in days, not months—startup or enterprise FP&A teams. No consultants required.

  • Supercharge your spreadsheets

    Whether Microsoft Excel or in the Cube platform, work how and where you want with a powerful FP&A platform at your fingertips.

  • Minimize manual data entry

    Cube streamlines the time-consuming tasks of collecting, reconciling, and refining data, ensuring confidence in the accuracy of your figures.

  • Collaborate more effectively

    Collaborate in real-time and keep everyone aligned—all within the ease of your spreadsheet environment.


Frequently asked questions

  • What will a Microsoft Excel and Cube integration allow me to do?

    The Cube Add-On integrates everything you’re already familiar with in Microsoft Excel to the data stored in Cube. Use the Cube Add-On to create reports, and analyze and update your data directly in Excel.


    Bring relevant rows and columns of the latest data from Cube for your reporting or send new data back to your Cube from your spreadsheet. 

  • Can I keep my existing models and back-end logic?

    Yes. Use the Cube Add-On to bring values from a defined row or column of these criteria to start working in a blank spreadsheet or an existing model quickly.


    You can store formulas in Cube as criteria to ensure accuracy as team members work across models or leave them directly in your spreadsheet. 

  • How does data governance work with the Microsoft Excel and Cube integration?
    The Cube Add-On tracks changes made as you work in your spreadsheet using the Cube Audit Trail feature. This stores all changes made to your Cube data, including the change date, team member, event type, message, values, and information about the submitting document. 
  • How long does setting up a Cube and Excel integration typically take?
    Begin using the Cube Add-On for Excel immediately after downloading it from the Cube Portal.
  • We use Excel, but my CEO prefers reports in Google Sheets. How do I get my reports to them without losing the benefits Cube provides?
    Save reports to the Cube Portal as a read-only file or share like any other Excel file. The Cube Add-On connects a spreadsheet to Cube while manipulating data, but is not required to view data after saving it to a spreadsheet. 
  • How much control do I have over data permissions?

    While working with your data in the Cube Add-On, use our protective security measures to restrict fetching or publishing data. Apply restrictions to a single row or column—or the whole spreadsheet.


    The Cube Add-On will reflect a team member’s account permissions. If account permissions restrict a team member from a particular action in their account permissions, those criteria will not populate when they use the Cube Add-On.

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