April 16, 2021
I remember a time when training classes were offsite which required whole teams to plan their week accordingly in order to get the most out of their “training week”.
If I’m being honest, I actually miss those days. There was something about sitting together as a group having one-on-one sessions with experts that really made the material drive home. But like everything, things change with time.
These days everything is different. The way people are learning these days is more in tune with the types of lives we are living…a fast-paced one.
We are stepping into a new space on how to teach and learn at the same time. The attention span is shorter and the demand for a quick reaction is much higher. Users are learning online and want to have a way to learn independently while being able to contact professionals online.
We’ve Got You Covered!
At OpenBOM we consider the online learning and education process to be a foundation of our customer adoption process. OpenBOM Online Training Library is a cornerstone of this process and it connects to other online resources – blogs, Youtube video channel, webinars, online chat, and live online training sessions.
I’m very excited to introduce a new course in our training library, which provides an end-to-end process of how companies can use OpenBOM from the earlier design stages through procurement and production stages.
The course is available immediately via this link and also available via a new shortcut in the main menu of the OpenBOM training library. It contains 12 lessons and will give you a comprehensive overview of features, functionality, and process.
The course covers the story of a fictional company – Electricom developing wireless routers and has two persons – Ana and Bob
Start learning now – click here to continue.
OpenBOM meets you at your online doorstep with our new training course – End-to-End design to the purchasing process. Learn how to use OpenBOM and also how to set up the right process and plan the activity. I hope you enjoy it! If you have any questions, let me know.