Atomic Training can be the solution...as we have over 7,000 How To tutorials on Microsoft Office alone.
Little Falls, MN (PRWEB) September 01, 2011
Atomic Training, a division of Atomic Learning Inc. and a provider of online, software training for the business market, introduces its Microsoft Office Suite 2010-2011 Training with tutorials on Excel 2010, Word 2010, and SharePoint 2010. Atomic Training assists business professionals looking for quick, online learning tutorials and is great for companies upgrading their software to newer versions.
In addition to these new tutorials, Atomic Training offers training on previous versions of Microsoft Office as well. It allows companies to utilize their existing software to its full potential. Furthermore, companies can rely on Atomic Training when switching to new versions of their software systems. For example, differences between PowerPoint 2007 and PowerPoint 2010 present a hard transition for many employees.
Cole Eklund, Product Manager for Atomic Training says, “Microsoft Office often exists in multiple versions for multiple departments within a company. This makes support and training a nightmare for the computer services team. Atomic Training can be the solution for this problem as we have over 7,000 How To tutorials on Microsoft Office alone.”
Atomic Training answers technical questions quickly by delivering how-to answers in one to three minute segments. Atomic Training also offers learning tools for Adobe®, Apple®, and Google™ among others, and continually adds to its collection.
Atomic Training is a division of Atomic Learning, Inc., a leading provider of how-to learning products and e-learning solutions. Atomic Training received an Award of Excellence in E-learning! Magazine’s Best of E-learning 2010, Best IT Content category.
About Atomic Training:
Atomic Training provides on-demand software training and support tutorials to help businesses and organizations fulfill staff technology training and development goals. Atomic Training was established in December 2010 as a division of parent company Atomic Learning. Atomic Learning has been providing high impact e-Learning solutions for more than ten years to 16 million users in 45 countries.