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3 Essential Steps to Better Business Intelligence

March 30th, 2011

Companies today have too much information. What companies don't have enough of is intelligence - and no, we're not talking about your staff. Business intelligence refers to the insights you discover when you turn all that data into something that your employees can use to make smart business decisions.

Interested in Microsoft Office 2010 Training?

March 28th, 2011

We recently presented a seminar highlighting new features in Office 2010 with the local Chamber of Commerce and were pleased to have a great turnout.  The feedback we received was that these types of seminars would be very beneficial to our clients.  So, we are still in the planning phase but wanted to reach out to our clients and see what type of training would be beneficial.

Free Microsoft 2010 Seminar

February 16th, 2011

We've partnered with the Wenatchee Chamber of Commerce to provide a free seminar on some of the exciting new features in Microsoft Office 2010.
[color_box title="Seminar Details"]Date - March 24th, 2011
Time - 11:00am to 12:30pm
Location - Wenatchee Chamber Conference Room
Cost - Free[/color_box]
Join Key Methods as we take a look at Office 2010 and discover which improvements can help your business.

Introduction to Microsoft OneNote 2010

January 26th, 2011

Our staff is starting to utilize Microsoft OneNote 2010 more and more with everyday tasks.  What is OneNote you ask?  OneNote is a newer program in the Microsoft Office Suite that works similar to a digital notebook.   Here's how Microsoft describes it:
With Microsoft OneNote 2010 you can collect and organize everything you need—notes, photos, videos, and web links— for any project you are working on.

Key Methods Welcomes New Team Member: Johnathan Doerrheim

January 20th, 2011

Key Methods has hired Johnathan Doerrheim as a Network Support Technician. Jonathan has vast amounts of experience in IT related fields. The last 13 years he has worked at Boeing specializing in onsite and remote computer/network support.
Education:
BA - Management Information Systems from Washington State University
MBA - Management Information Systems from Seattle University
Certifications:
MCSE - Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer
Dell Certified Systems Expert – Foundation Desktop and Portables and Field Service

We’re glad to have Jonathan join our team.

We’re Streamlining in 2011!

January 1st, 2011

As many of you are already aware, we have three separate companies (Clear Focus, BizTek, Key Software) that all work together under Key Methods.  As we move into 2011 we are streamlining all our companies into Key Methods.

Our goal with this change is to make our communications and our support process as smooth as possible for our clients.

Key Methods Welcomes New Client, Eastmont Parks

December 11th, 2010

We're excited to welcome Eastmont Parks into our family of clients. We will be providing network monitoring and computer support to Dave Schwab and his terrific staff at Eastmont Parks.

Eastmont Parks provides recreational services for the community. The District operates and maintains Eastmont Community Park, Roy Tedford Park, Kenroy Park and Pangborn/Hendron Memorial Park.