ONLC Training Centers recently announced an increased need for experienced ECM specialists led it to start classes for SharePoint 2010 training in Denver. The company, which offers IT training to professionals in more than 200 subjects in 46 states, will offering five five-day courses to help people update their SharePoint skills.
Web developers can attend a class demonstrating the capability of SharePoint as a tool to design websites, which automobile manufacturer Ferrari reported has been a major success. Another class is document and content management, which has become a business-critical tool for many companies – especially those with extensive ECM requirements.
“We believe that the best IT training takes place in a classroom,” said Andy Williamson, CEO of ONLC Training Centers. “That”s why we offer our clients so many choices for training locations. Our sites are conveniently located and we cancel less than 5 percent of our classes. That”s a powerful combination and a major reason why we are growing much faster than our competition.”
SharePoint versatility is among its most promising feature for companies. Starbucks reported it used SharePoint to create an application designed to help new employees properly make certain drinks.