Today, software developer mrc announces the release of their On-Demand Webinar portal. Covering a variety of topics, these free educational webinars help businesses keep up with changing technology.
mrc's focus on technology education began last year with their educational webinar program. Held on a regular basis, these free online events help businesses better understand modern technology, and stay in front of the ever-changing tech curve.
In an effort to make these educational events more accessible, mrc now offers recorded webinars on-demand. This growing collection of educational webinars is free to all, with each one only requiring 15-30 minutes of the viewer’s time. While the On-Demand Webinar portal is updated with new content on a weekly basis, here are a few topics currently available:
- Dashboards 101: How to create effective dashboards
Not all dashboards are created equal. Some display too much data. Others are inflexible. Still others are just flat-out confusing. In this webinar, attendees learn 5 key features of effective dashboards, and walk through a sample dashboard build process.
- Instant mobile solutions for existing systems
Many companies still run on systems that were introduced before smartphones. How can these businesses bring their existing applications to mobile devices without replacing the whole system? In this webinar, attendees learn how to extend their existing systems to mobile devices, and build mobile web apps that adapt to any device.
- Essential Elements of Good BI Software
Business Intelligence (BI) solutions come in all shapes and sizes. With all of the available options, how do you know which one is best for your company? In this webinar, attendees learn which features are "must-have's" in a good BI solution, and some advanced features they won't find in every tool.
"Technology is evolving faster than ever," says Sal Stangarone, mrc’s Senior Product Consultant. "Without proper education, businesses just can’t keep up. We hope these on-demand webinars will help bridge the growing technology gap."