Exton’s Springhouse Bolsters Classroom Training with E-Learning; QuickHelp Demo Set for May 23

Mark Hostutler

Modern technology changes continuously.

Microsoft platforms that live in the cloud, such as Office 365, are enhanced in real time. Best-of-show programs – like Word, Outlook, or Excel – add newer and smarter features with every rollout. Businesses upgrade to the latest version with new bells and whistles.

However, the end-users don’t always have time budgeted for training on those latest features. Often, employees are expected to figure out the changes on their own, which can be intimidating and time-consuming.

Exton’s Springhouse Education & Consulting Services, which has been providing instructor-led desktop education since 1989, recognizes that a lack of time for continuous training and/or an underlying discomfort with change can undermine employee mastery of technology and affect business productivity.

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“We know that finding time to adequately train the workforce is a real obstacle for a lot of businesses, and we are thrilled to announce that Springhouse now has a solution to address this challenge,” said Allison Dhuy, Springhouse’s Vice President of Operations.

Springhouse has partnered with a web-based service – BrainStorm QuickHelp – to supplement in-person learning with video-based desktop training. QuickHelp subscriptions, administered by Springhouse, are now available as another pathway for desktop education. Subscriptions can be purchased by a company for some or all of its employees.

Springhouse welcomes businesses to pilot QuickHelp by starting with a free 45-day trial. It will host a free Customer Immersion Experience (CIE) featuring BrainStorm on Wednesday, May 23 from 9-11 AM. Arrive 15 minutes early for networking and refreshments.

Click here to register.

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