Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event has been canceled.
However, we have a ton of great events coming up, so please, stay tuned, and we apologize for the inconvenience.
As a small business, you could save time and money with automation, but it can be daunting to pick out the right tools. There is no need to purchase a big (and expensive) software package.
Join expert Pamela Bradford, Program Manager and Supply Chain/Logistics Management Analyst, to learn about the best automation tools and hands-on ways to apply them to your business.
Ms. Bradford will introduce you to open-source and inexpensive ways to organize work and information and discuss how you can write the requirements that articulate your needs to a database or application developer.
Things you will learn:
You will come away from this meetup with free tools and templates that you and your organization can use to make all of the above a breeze.
Pamela Bradford is an applied anthropologist who started her career as a project manager at Novell Inc (now Attachmate) in 1991, where she discovered a natural aptitude for contextual design and workflow optimization. Since then she has worked as a business systems analyst and project manager at some of the most recognized firms in America: Novell, Symantec, Xerox, and FedEx, where she was instrumental in the design and development of network integration tools, education delivery and asset management systems, and database design.
Ms. Bradford graduated from BYU with a Bachelors degree in Applied Anthropology and is DHS certified as an Export Specialist. In addition she has a cMBA from Auburn University/Watermark in Business Analysis and has been PMP/PMI-ACP certified since 2010.
She currently works as a Coach, Mentor, Educator, and Business Sustainability Tester. In her off hours, she is a professional writer, clothing designer, herbalist, permaculture consultant, and “lost arts” educator working to restore lost our nearly forgotten historical narratives of vanishing cultures. Her personal mantra is “My Life is Never Dull.”