Los Angeles — July 6
SADA Systems, a cloud computing services provider, announced it will now include integrated Google Apps eLearning for Gmail, Calendar, Docs and Sites powered by Boost e-learning for all future customers. On its own, the training solution costs $10 per user per year, but now will be included in the $50 per user per year price for the first year when Google Apps licenses are purchased through SADA beginning July 5.
Highlights include updated training courses material within 15 business days of a new Google Apps feature rollout, accessibility through the Google Apps interface under the “more” button, and a reporting system which tracks which users have gone through the training. Lessons are broken up into short, easy-to-digest sections and indexed courses allow employees to go over a specific feature as many times as needed.
SADA’s Google Apps e-learning course provides self-paced skills development training based on the fundamentals of adult learning theory, and is a component of a full change management strategy. Traditional Google Apps change management involves effective company-wide communication, streamlining existing workflows into Google Apps and technical Google Apps training for system administrators. SADA’s Google Apps e-learning training program may complement and help reinforce your employees’ ability to benefit from the full functionality of Google Apps on their own schedule, at their own pace.
“SADA’s goal is to make Google Apps training a non-issue in the purchase decision process of our clients,” said Tony Safoian, CEO of SADA Systems.
Source: SADA Systems
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