Corona, CA (PRWEB) February 25, 2014
Software migration, and providing appropriate and consistent training, is an on-going headache for the enterprise. With support for Windows XP and Office 2003 ending in April, organizations rolling out new technology are searching for an effective end-user training solution. In a world of reduced staff, shrinking budgets, and overworked help desks, project managers are discovering computer-based training modules from CBTClips tick all the boxes.
Unlike subscription-based training, CBTClips are designed for on-premises deployment via Intranet, SharePoint, Office 365, or LMS, giving organizations complete control over the videos. Training modules are “drag and drop” easy and available for the Microsoft stack, including SharePoint, Office, Lync and Windows.
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District recently choose CBTClips to support their migration to SharePoint 2013. Public Information Specialist, Craig Thomas, noted, “The videos are short, bite-sized nuggets that answer questions from a user’s perspective. You talk to them, not over them. In my day-to-day role as a communications professional, I strive to do the same. Your videos are an extension of that for me.”
As opposed to complicated per-user licensing, CBTClips boasts simplified licensing options to affordably provide training to unlimited users. A one-time, fixed-cost license enables companies to stay on increasingly tight training budgets whether they’re deploying to a single office or locations worldwide.
Supporting users with self-serve training available 24/7 encourages them to learn and utilize the new technology, which in turn boosts productivity. CBTClips Project Manager Darrell Johnson adds, “People learn better when someone shows them how. End users love our short, to-the-point style – the training is easy to understand and uses real business examples.”
Founded in 2004, CBTClips is a provider of innovative and enterprise-focused computer-based training for a diverse set of industries and Fortune 500 customers.