Before you sign-up, WorkGuru offers an in-depth free training session that can last anywhere from twenty minutes to two hours. It’s a way that you can assess the platform, and make an informed decision about the project management system that’s right for your business.
There are a few reasons that we’ve moved away from a traditional sales pitch and demo to offering free training.
Here are the key ways that free training can benefit your business:
Assessing your needs
Because we don’t work from a sales pitch, we’re able to actually look at what your business needs and tailor your training to the features that you’ll use the most. Our team will ask you about your business and what you hope to achieve and make sure that all your questions are answered.
We believe in being authentic and trying to get the best results for businesses, so if we don’t feel WorkGuru is a good fit we will tell you. No one benefits from a bad experience so you can rely on honest feedback and answers.
Peace of mind
While we will help you assess how you can use WorkGuru for your business needs, you won’t have to take our word for it. The training session uses the live version of WorkGuru (no pre-recorded snapshots or fake set-ups) so you’re seeing the real deal.
Because the training session is hands-on, you can finish the session knowing you’ll be able to use all the tools and with a clear idea of what you’re team will do every day. You can have peace of mind that you know what’s ahead and that you’ve made the right choice for your business.
Save time making your decision
If your a business owner or manager, then there is no doubt your a busy person. While a new job management software can save you time in the future, exploring and testing the options can be a huge time commitment.
While a 30-day trial is great, a free training session will give you the resources you need to make a decision quickly, without wasting a month. If WorkGuru isn’t right for you, you can tell in a few minutes, so it’s well worth the time even if you’re not sure. If WorkGuru is right, you can start your trial period with a head start, and spend more time rigorously testing the features out rather than learning how to use them.