Campus Software

The seminary has partnerships with sponsors to offer software at free or discounted rates to students and staff for educational purposes. The following are currently available:

1) think-cell

think-cell 
think-cell is a presentation software which makes the task of creating professional PowerPoint presentations easy and efficient. It contains an Excel add-in for consistently rounding numbers across complex calculations and multiple worksheets, and integrates seamlessly with PowerPoint, helping you to visualize complex charts, such as waterfalls, Marimekkos and Gantts, in your presentation within minutes. think-cell is also capable of generating auto-updating agenda slides as simply as a table of contents in a good word processor.
Documentation and screen-casts
There is a searchable online documentation for detailed instructions to get started with think-cell.  Their screen-casts show quick examples of how to build waterfall, Marimekko, Gantt, scatter, column, area and many more charts.  think-cell is used by major consulting firms on a daily basis.  The software is available for free to Wharton students and faculty members, using the computers in JMHH 375, or by downloading and installing it on your personal computer.  Refer to the online documentation, screen-casts, and knowledgebase to get started with think-cell.  

think-cell is a presentation software which makes the task of creating professional PowerPoint presentations easy and efficient, helping you to visualize complex charts, such as waterfalls, Marimekkos and Gantts, in your presentation within minutes. think-cell is also capable of generating auto-updating agenda slides as simply as a table of contents in a good word processor. There is online documentation for detailed instructions to get started with think-cell. Their screen-casts show quick examples of how to build waterfall, Marimekko, Gantt, scatter, column, area and many more charts.

Current think-cell licenses will expire August 31, 2016. To renew your license, please email communications@wts.edu.