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UCR Magazine Interviews Alum and OmniUpdate CEO, Lance Merker

UCR Magazine interviewed OmniUpdate CEO, Lance Merker, about his time at UCR as an undergrad and MBA student, what guided his career, and his advice for current students. Read more


 

 

 

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Creating Effective Training Programs (Part 2)

Feb 25, 2015 At OmniUpdate, we love to hear feedback on the effective techniques our customers have developed to train their users in the OU Campus™ web content management system (CMS). Here are a few examples that I hope will give you some ideas about creating your own effective training p...

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OmniUpdate Releases Version 10.2 of the OU Campus Content Management System

Feb 24, 2015

OmniUpdate, the leading content management system (CMS) and digital marketing solutions provider for higher education, has released version 10.2 of its OU Campus CMS. The release includes a revamped JustEdit feature and several new gadgets, including Link Check, Page Paramete...

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Creating Effective Training Programs (Part 1)

Feb 18, 2015 In anticipation of Developing an Effective End-User Training Program, my last workshop on Thursday at the 2015 OmniUpdate User Training Conference, I wanted to get you thinking about how to craft an effective training program. Training employees on a new product can be a daunting...

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OU Campus Users are Taking Over Newport Beach! [INFOGRAPHIC]

Feb 12, 2015 Can you believe there's only 16 days left until OUTC15?! That's right. OmniUpdate's 2015 User Training Conference is March 1-5. Not only do attendees have exciting presentations, workshops, and networking opportunities to look forward to, they also have the opportunity to take in...

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How to write website content that people will read

Feb 4, 2015 According to Jakob Nielsen, principal of the Nielsen Norman Group and considered the world's foremost expert in web usability, people don't read on the web. Instead, they scan pages, picking out individual words and sentences. More specifically, they're impatient! They want what ...