If your organization would like to add a method of training end users in the technical procedures they need to learn to successfully complete work in SharePoint, and you plan on attending SPTechCon, Boston, next week (September 16 – 19, 2014), then please stop by our SharePoint-Videos booth. We will be exhibiting VisualSP™, our award-winning help system for SharePoint at the Conference, on Thursday, September 18, and Friday, September 19, 2014.
A number of very prominent businesses, including:
- Regeneron Pharmaceuticals
- Visa, International
- First Republic Bank
and some very prominent public institutions, including:
- the City of Tallahassee, Florida in the US
- the City of Edmonton, Canada
- the Parks Agency for Canada
- the University of Colorado, Denver, Medical Center
- West Georgia Technical College
have implemented VisualSP as a method of hastening end user adoption of SharePoint computing.
An important added benefit of their decision has been a decrease in the number of end user requests for help figuring out how to how to complete a process in SharePoint. SharePoint stakeholders at these organizations have learned about the availability of a type of instructional technical content particularly suited to end user consumption, with little, if any need for a support representative to play a role in the training process. This type of training content includes short, to-the-point video tutorials, light on abstraction and completely devoid of bobby heads. End users can consume this content on-demand, directly within a SharePoint workspace with VisualSP.
So, if you are registered to attend SPTechCon, Boston, next week, please stop by our booth. Asif Rehmani, CEO of SharePoint-Videos and creator of the VisualSP Help System will man our booth, along with Michael Blonder, Vice President of Business Development. We will be fully equipped to provide you with a tour of the VisualSP Help System and to spend time learning more about what your organization expects to get from its investment in SharePoint, and the role end user training is expected to play in the process. Please contact us to shedule a meeting.
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