Helping learners utilize their technology devices is what we strive for as a company, and these additions to our platform have exceeded those expectations.
Little Falls, MN (PRWEB) June 19, 2013
Online software training provider, Atomic Training, has recently made updates to their site for an even better user experience. Not only have they given their site a fresh, new look, they also worked with Google to implement a top-of-the line search appliance on their training platform. This new search functionality allows users to find the answers to their technology questions faster and easier.
“Our new search capabilities and updated look will make it even easier for users to find the training they need,” says Cole Eklund, product manager at Atomic Training. “Helping learners utilize their technology devices is what we strive for as a company, and these additions to our platform have exceeded those expectations.
Atomic Training’s online technology training solution covers more than 140 common software applications, including Microsoft® Office®, Adobe® Creative Suite, Google® Docs and more. With this now even easier-to-use interface, users are able to find the answer to their technology questions without placing a help desk ticket or requesting assistance from your IT department.
Customer feedback plays a key role in the changes Atomic Training make to their website. With this feedback, they are able to continually implement changes that enhance their user experience.
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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 thousands of how-to video tutorials on over 150 software applications. For more information, please visit: http://www.atomictraining.com.