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This Quarter We Welcome to the Client Family…

This week’s blog comes from TutorPro HQ as we welcome, and hear from, some of the new Client Family Members from this past quarter. Team TutorPro are proud that these firms selected the TutorPro solutions, and we look forward to building some long-lasting relationships and providing them the valued solutions they need to grow...

Office 365 v. Office 2019 – Courseware Challenges

This weeks’ blog comes from the Courseware Corner, as our Head of Courseware Christel Burris, shares some of challenges with Office 365 and Office 2019, which we are sure many of you can relate to! Over to you Christel… Good Morning! I am frequently asked the following questions: Do you have Office 365 courseware?...

A Day In the Life…of our Client Success Manager

As we wrap up June, this week’s blog comes from TPHQ, as we provide another opportunity for you to get to know one of the members of Team TP! Julie Campbell is our U.S. based Client Success Manager and works out of our Atlanta office. She is from Atlanta and has lived in Tennessee,...

Team TP WOW’ed Attendees at the ATD Conference!

Last month we had the opportunity to exhibit for the first time at the Association for Talent and Development’s 2019 conference! Four team members from the UK, as well as the US jetted off to Washington D.C. and represented our organization. We met hundreds of attendees from various industries ranging from hotel chains to...

End of Life for Adobe Shockwave

This week’s blog is a quick heads up comes from the Developers Cave. We wanted to let you know, in case you missed it, that Adobe have recently released communication stating that “Effective April 9, 2019, Adobe Shockwave will be discontinued and the Shockwave player for Windows will no longer be available for download.”...

Work-life Balance is Enhanced at TutorPro

This week’s blog comes from Team TutorPro HQ, as we talk about work-life balance.  Wikipedia’s definition of work–life balance is “The term used to describe the balance that an individual need between time allocated for work and other aspects of life. Areas of life other than work–life can be, but not limited to personal interests, family and social or leisure activities.” There...