Microsoft, SBA Launch Online Business Tech Training Program; Cindy Bates Comments

ComputerCodeMicrosoft and the Small Business Administration have jointly launched a free online training program to educate entrepreneurs about using technology to reach more customers, Prairie Business Magazine reported Friday.

Kris Bevill writes the training covers topics such as desktop technology and web-based services and offers tips on how to create marketing tools, upgrade accounting systems and build an online business.

“The course is a valuable resource that guides entrepreneurs and business owners through technology considerations for business and highlights the importance of running a business on modern technology,” said Cindy Bates, Microsoft vice president of the U.S. small and midsize business group.

SBA initially offered print versions of the course through its district offices and resource partners, the publication reports.

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