Northeastern University, Boston (Industrial Engineer)
In this highly competitive environment, learning Microsoft products and updating existing skills can be your competitive advantage.
But whether you're trying to secure a new job, trying to make a lasting impression on an audience or provide quantitative data to support a business position, your ability to APPLY the skills can mean the difference between hitting a home run or just hitting a long foul ball.
When personal computers were first introduced, I was a consultant to the State of Connecticut college system, training displaced workers in Word Processing, Spreadsheet and Database Management. I also lectured at the University of Connecticut on the topic of data management systems.
I have over 35 years of practical business experience applying the power of spreadsheets, word processing, presentation and database tools. Even before there was a Microsoft Corporation, I owned a software company where I developed and marketed Generation II, an integrated system that performed all of these functions on a mini-computer.
My practical experience with Excel ranges from the development of business plans and mailing lists to complex Visual Basic based and highly automated applications. I am experienced in all features of Excel. Some of the applications developed include Inventory, Customer Record Management, Competitive Analysis, Product Costing and Bill of Material, Billing and Invoicing.
I have been a keynote speaker at the United Nations and on the Forbes webcast where I used PowerPoint to develop my presentation material on the topic of "The Globalization of Learning." I have used my PowerPoint presentation development expertise to secure millions of dollar in corporate budget funding. My PowerPoint presentations have been used at industry conferences, sales presentations, as e-learning materials and hundreds of other business applications.
Microsoft Work has been the mainstay for preparing contracts, statements of work, business plans. In this highly competitive environment, learning Microsoft products and updating existing skills can be your competitive advantage.
But whether you're trying to secure a new job, trying to make a lasting impression on an audience or provide quantitative data to support a business position, your ability to APPLY the skills can mean the
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