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ClipTraining Announces Expansion of its Task-based, Online Video Training to Include Microsoft Office 2010 - Joe Austin - Blog

ClipTraining Announces Expansion of its Task-based, Online Video Training to Include Microsoft Office 2010

Video-on-Tap Training Technology Leader Provides Comprehensive, Customized Tools to Educate Organizations and Individuals Alike on the More Than 25 New Features of Office 2010 

ClipTraining, an innovator in computer-based training, today announced it has expanded its video-on-tap training services to include Microsoft Office 2010. ClipTraining provides brief, customized videos that allow anyone from one individual to an entire group of corporate employees to access training from any location they prefer – work or home. With more than 25 new features included in Microsoft Office 2010, the Web-based on-demand Learning Management System (LMS) offered by ClipTraining is a comprehensive, cost-effective solution for users looking to educate themselves on the benefits surrounding Office 2010 and Microsoft applications in general.

ClipTraining’s online training and testing interface significantly reduces the time needed for manual staff training and improves employee productivity by allowing the individual to access task-based, focused videos at work or in the comfort of their home. This flexibility provides the user with the ability to learn at their own pace, without feeling self-conscious or pressured; and, with each training video packaged in 3-5 minute overviews, individuals can quickly access information on specific features or functionality that they are having challenges with, eliminating training redundancy. 

Microsoft Office 2010 is a productivity suite for Microsoft Windows, and the successor to Microsoft Office 2007. The suite became available for retail as well as online purchase on June 15, 2010 and marks the debut of free online versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote, which work with popular web browsers, including Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari. In addition to the more than 25 new features in the Microsoft Office 2010 suite as a whole, there are also new supplementary tools in each individual Office application. In order to maximize the benefits of the applications and features within Microsoft Office 2010, ClipTraining recommends that every user participate in the training and educational resources available on the website. To view a video on the Top 25 New Features in Microsoft Office 2010 as well as a recent article on why the features require training, go to

“The new Microsoft Office 2010 suite is comprised of a vast amount of new features, making it a daunting task for an individual to become fully acclimated with the business-critical applications within the software package – many of which would never be discovered without proper training,” said Timothy Duggan, co-founder and CEO of ClipTraining. “For individuals and companies of any size, the ClipTraining approach eliminates the cost, long hours and lack of productivity often required with other forms of training. In just a few minutes, ClipTraining can provide individuals with the focused training they need to master the new Office 2010 features so they can begin accessing and utilizing the various business benefits immediately.”

In today’s challenging economy, companies are tasked with ensuring their employees are up-to-date with new applications and business-critical technology. With this in mind, companies and individuals alike felt compelled to seek classroom and computer based training (CBT) as their chief source of education and support, which proved to be both expensive and time-consuming. Today, anyone can access the ClipTraining library, which hosts some of the most commonly used business applications and proprietary software and become fully acclimated with the latest technology quickly and cost-effectively.

Pricing and Availability

The ClipTraining Library is available to single users and corporations of every size. Single user pricing starts at $75 for 12 month access and company portals start at $72 per user for 12 month access, with significant bulk discounts. To sample a free training program, please visit

About ClipTraining

ClipTraining (, founded in 2006 by Timothy Duggan and J. Peter Bruzzese, redefines traditional, outdated methods of computer-based training with the industry’s best screencast lessons. ClipTraining has adapted education to the way today’s generation takes in knowledge by developing a complete Learning Management Systems (LMS) that is intuitive and affordable for employee training and support. 


Media Contact:

Joe Austin

Ventana PR

(818) 332-6166

Publish Date: October 27, 2010 7:03 PM

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