Microsoft Visio for Government Use – My Choice Software
Microsoft Visio makes it easy to communicate complex information through the use of diagrams, charts and other visual aids. With Microsoft Visio 2016 or Visio 365, users have access to the tools, templates and shapes they need to create dynamic visual representations of information. Whether you’re a project manager, a political representative or an employee of a government office, My Choice Software has the Visio programs and licenses you need to communicate clearly.
Microsoft Visio is made to be easy to use. The software comes pre-loaded with diagrams and templates that allow users to jump right in and start creating without the need to spend hours learning the software. Just choose the template or design that’s right for your needs and start inputting your information. The built-in shapes and images are designed with industry standards in mind and meet all requirements for Unified Modeling Language (UML) 2.4, Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) 2.0 and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) compliance.
Get Your Point Across
With Microsoft Visio, it’s easy to get your get point across. Whether you’re mapping out your building, creating a flowchart for your next meeting or designing an organizational chart for your department or agency, Microsoft Visio makes it easy to communicate clearly. With data-linking capabilities, you can even set your chart up to change as information is added or updated. Working with a team? No problem. With Visio 365, users can work through the cloud to share, enhance, save and access information in record time. Work together on a single chart and see real-time changes for faster progress.
With Microsoft Visio 2016 and 365 for government users, you’re in control. The flexible diagram and chart making software is perfect for communicating complex information in a simple manner. Our government licensing option makes it easy for state and federal employees to access the powerful Microsoft tools they need to get the job done
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