Computer Management Corporation offers you the best in multimedia training and certification programs for your organization. We offer “off-the-shelf” courses written by experts in their field and can customize courses specifically for your organization.
We specialize in providing professional development programs in addition to working with small businesses to ensure cost effective delivery for their staff training programs.
Our production team’s combined experience in eLearning development for corporate and small businesses, non-profit organizations, and workforce development provide a unique blend of expertise in business operations, staff training and instructional design.
Mary is a military brat who settled in Florida on the beautiful Space Coast. She’s lived around the world and has even been around the block a few times. All of which has given her a diverse background and a variety of experiences both personally and in business. She understands the challenges of running a business and the wide-ranging responsibilities of operational organization. She is passionate about using and developing technology as a business and professional development tool to communicate, educate and streamline processes.
With over 17 years in the online training industry, Mary brings together an exciting team of award-winning creative writers, instructional designers, graphic artists, and voice talent who specialize in working with many unique and different organizations to determine the best approach for transferring information and knowledge into a web-based training program.
Mary attended college at Plymouth State University in Plymouth, New Hampshire and graduated cum laude from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in psychology. A life-long learner, Mary continues to expand her skill base through workshops, seminars, online training and other educational opportunities.
Computer Management Corporation is located in Brevard County, Florida where Mary put down roots when her father retired from the US Army in 1968 during the height of the Apollo space program.