In 2003, Mission Computers moved out of their classroom environment (& office) and adopted a ‘virtual office’. This was due to the shifting demand for customized, on-site courses and the three-year-old in Connie’s life. Connie wanted to have the flexibility of being at home with her daughter whenever she could and going out for training (or sending other instructors out) when scheduled.
Maximizer CRM (Client Relationship Management) consulting encompassed 50% of Mission’s business from 2002 through to 2006.
From 2007 to 2010 Connie spent the majority of her time teaching Maximizer, Working Smart with Microsoft Outlook (for Priority Management), and QuickBooks accounting.
Today the training we offer still includes Maximizer and QuickBooks along with a host of other software and technology.
Our Corporate clients, our Small and Medium-sized business clients call on us a lot for Microsoft Office training. The most popular group training we do is Microsoft Excel training, usually intermediate to advanced Excel. But we also do a fair bit of training on Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook, Teams, SharePoint, OneNote and OneDrive.