XL Numerics

Helping you turn numbers into better business decisions

Need a clearer understanding of the data driving your business?


Can we help you with the skills and tools for ?

  • Analyzing data

  • Looking for and understanding trends

  • Making objective, data-based decisions, and most of all …

  • Presenting numerical information to your colleagues and business stakeholders.

Since 2003, XL Numerics has developed software tools and delivered courses focused on increasing business productivity and extracting value from corporate data. In 2008, we began presenting workshops throughout South East Asia, and thousands of business executives, analysts and planners have attended our courses or used our materials.

We can work with you as an individual or in a team environment to develop skills and tools for analyzing and presenting corporate data.

Our clients span a range of industries, and we have teamed up with organisations in: telecommunications, utilities, transportation and logistics, product distribution, retail, customer service centers, pharmaceuticals, financial services and public sector management.



In our online and face-to-face courses, you can learn how to:

  • Make better business decisions based on the numbers

  • Impress your stakeholders and clients

  • Understand the data driving your business

  • Make the best use of your current desktop systems and tools

  • Spend less time and money on data handling.


Need help with collecting, analyzing and reporting on data?

Keep your projects on track with regular coaching, mentoring or hands-on support in managing the numbers.


Want to use the most effective financial and business modelling tools?

Save time and money on analysis, forecasting, charting and data presentation to support your business ideas.

Contact us to discuss your needs.

The ability to take data, to be able to understand it, to process it, to extract value from it, to visualize it, to communicate it: that’s going to be a hugely important skill in the next decades.
— Hal Varian - Google