Corona, California (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
Gambling is a risky business, yet organizations do it every day when it comes to end user training and support. For instance, those migrating to Office 365 go through the day hoping their user-base will somehow “just figure it out”. That’s a short-sighted and costly strategy considering the hours of productivity lost due to confusion or frustration. The smarter approach is to provide effective, readily accessible training before, during and after the migration to increase assimilation and reduce anxiety.
Though pitched as “a new way to work”, Office 365’s mixture of desktop and web applications, use of cloud storage, and mobile capabilities make it a tough challenge to understand. Forward-leaning companies are gravitating to end user training in the form of short, focused videos as an efficient and cost-effective solution. Computer-based training videos, like those produced by CBTClips.com, provide instruction that's fresh and to-the-point, enabling users to quickly get back to work.
Michael Macygin, Global Technology Program Manager for UL University, UL LLC, explains, “We tried the free of charge Microsoft training, but really wanted something with pizazz. We were more than pleased with the quality and consistency of CBTClips across all the products, especially the price point, which is key.” He added, “The videos hit 99% of our questions and are invaluable for training on time, on point, and on value, which makes my life much easier.”
CBTClips are designed for simple deployment on SharePoint, on-premises or via Office 365, giving organizations complete control over the content. All training modules are “drag and drop” easy and are available for SharePoint, Office 2013, Lync and Windows products. 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.
For more information, please visit CBTClips.com for sample videos and complete module content listings. Full evaluation versions can be requested at CBTClips.com/eval from CBTClips.com.
CBTClips has been providing enterprise productivity software training since 2004. Visit our site or contact us for more information.