mrc's New Educational Event Program Helps Businesses Capitalize on New Technology

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Software developer mrc announces their new online educational event program. Designed for mrc clients and non-clients alike, these free online events will help businesses better understand and capitalize on changing technology.


This new program addresses a growing problem: As technology rapidly advances, many businesses struggle to keep up. They need ways to stay ahead of the tech curve and understand how new technology helps their business--but many lack the time and money necessary for educational events (like conferences).


mrc designed their new educational event program to address this growing issue. These online events help businesses better understand new tech trends and learn how to solve pressing business issues. Every event is free, and most only require a half hour of the attendees’ time.


With a wide range of events, here are just a few topics covered in this new educational program:

  • Creating mobile apps for business
    In this webinar, attendees will learn the difference between mobile app types. They will understand the pros and cons of each method, and gain a better understanding of which approach works best for their organization.

  • Introduction to Pivot Tables
    Pivot Tables help business leaders quickly examine nearly any aspect of their data, make comparisons, and discover trends. In this webinar, attendees will learn the capabilities of pivot tables, how to best use them, and how to build a web based pivot table.

  • Dashboards and Business Intelligence apps
    Business Intelligence applications and dashboards give executives a real-time view of their organization’s performance. A topic covered in multiple events, attendees will learn how to create BI apps, dashboard best practices, mistakes to avoid, and more.


"With the speed at which technology evolves, we’re seeing more and more businesses fall behind the tech curve," says Sal Stangarone, mrc’s Senior Product Consultant. "Without proper education, this problem will only grow worse. We hope this new educational program will help these businesses better understand and capitalize on new technology."


To learn more about these (or other) events, or register for one of them, visit the event calendar. For additional information about mrc, visit Contact mrc via phone at 630.916.0662; via fax at 630.916.0663; via e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..