San Jose, California – CS Odessa’s ConceptDraw brand is renowned worldwide for its cross-platform functionality, providing an essential set of productivity tools on both Macintosh and Windows operating systems. Emphasizing the company’s commitment to their users regardless of OS, CS Odessa launched this week a series of instructional videos for ConceptDraw PROJECT on Mac. The user interface of ConceptDraw products is slightly different from Windows to Mac, tailored to present users of each OS the kind of experience they expect. With these new videos, users can see ConceptDraw in action on their chosen operating platform, and power users can observe the differences between the two.
These new Mac specific tutorial videos join their Windows counterparts on the ConceptDraw HelpDesk, as an invaluable collection of resources, so novice and veteran users alike can learn how ConceptDraw products can streamline their workflow and unlock their creativity. In addition to the videos, the ConceptDraw HelpDesk features downloadable Getting Started guides, and a host of How To articles available for perusal on the site.
Visit ConceptDraw today to get started with a free 21-day trial of ConceptDraw Products, andcheck out the new HelpDesk videos for the fastest route to learning the programs – regardless of your choice of OS.
Founded in 1993, Computer Systems Odessa supplies cross-platform productivity tools and graphics technologies to professional and corporate users around the world. With headquarters in Odessa, Ukraine and an office in California, CS Odessa sells products internationally through resellers in over 25 countries. The ConceptDraw Productivity Line of products has won numerous awards and is used by hundreds of thousands of people all over the world. Copyright (C) 1993-2011 Computer Systems Odessa. ConceptDraw is a registered trademark, and ConceptDraw Office, ConceptDraw Solution Park, ConceptDraw PRO, ConceptDraw MINDMAP, ConceptDraw PROJECT, and ConceptDraw Solution Browser are trademarks of CS Odessa. All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.