As companies prepare and perfect their 2013 plans, they need to take into consideration preparing their employees. The more efficient employees are in the software they use every day, the more they can plan to accomplish.
(PRWEB) November 29, 2012
For any employer who runs a company that utilizes technology to any extent, they know that the people or employees who are behind it are the most valuable asset. While the recruiting process focuses mainly on finding talented individuals, it’s important to continuously invest in those same employees by providing training tools and making sure everyone is on the same page.
“As companies prepare and perfect their 2013 plans, they need to take into consideration preparing their employees,” says Cole Eklund, Solutions Manager at Atomic Training. “The more efficient employees are in the software they use every day, the more they can plan to accomplish.”
Employers need to make sure that even through the budgeting season, employee software training is kept a priority. Whether they are a small business with limited funds or a large corporation with many employees, budgeting for employee software training can be difficult. By taking the proper steps now, employers can ensure their staff is ready to take on any challenges that may arise in the coming year.
Atomic Training provides affordable, company-wide employee software training that is available to all your employees, all the time. This cost-effective solution assists companies accomplishing their 2013 goals by ensuring employees stay up to date on the technology that is a part of their professional lives. Atomic Training provides extensive training software on over 150 software applications, including Microsoft® Access®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Adobe® products, Apple® software training, and many more.
About Atomic Training:
Atomic Training, now partnered with Geek Squad, provides on-demand software training to help businesses, organizations, and individuals gain greater confidence and success in using the technology that is part of their professional and personal lives. They offer over 50,000 how-to video tutorials on over 150 software applications. For more information, please visit: http://www.atomictraining.com
For further information contact:
866-259-6890, ext. 221
cmoore (at) atomictraining (dot) com