Whether you are a new customer or are already familiar with our products, BCC Software offers a variety of online training courses that provide live instruction relevant to your level of experience. These courses are designed to elevate your knowledge of BCC Mail Manager™ and increase your efficiency in using our products and solutions.
BCC Software’s collection of free, convenient one-hour Express Learning Sessions provide general overviews, quick tips, and Q&A about our various products.
This class will give you insight into BCC Mail Manager through an in-depth look at the software’s features, including Presorting, ZIP + 4® Encoding, Label Designer, creating selection sets/Calculated Expressions, and a variety of essential list maintenance functions.
This workshop is designed for the experienced BCC Mail Manager user, or those who have already attended the Standard workshop. You can become a “power user” of BCC Mail Manager’s advanced features, including Label Designer (indicia, calculated text and text boxes), Calculated Expressions, User Defined Functions, and User Defined Reports.
Gain the knowledge to take full advantage of BCC Mail Manager’s automation option, TaskMaster™. This class includes best practices, recording and editing jobs, scripts structure, batch processing, and creating batch.ini files.
Mail.dat and IMb Workshop
The objective of this course is to provide end users of the BCC Mail Manager family of products working knowledge of the Mail.dat wizard and IMb™ wizard.
Enhanced Merge Purge Workshop
The Enhanced Merge Purge workshop offers in-depth, comprehensive coverage of the many features and capabilities involved with this option.
Calculated Expressions Workshop
What are expressions and user defined functions? At a basic level it is a form of programming that allows the user to write custom logic for selectivities, indexes, data manipulation, and many other functionalities. During this workshop, we will cover the most popular expressions used by other customers and supplied by Customer Support. Upon completion of this 5-hour course, you will be able to manipulate data by using one or more expressions and build user defined functions that incorporate the level of logic needed to accomplish your tasks.