We’re fast approaching release of the beta version of Stats Toolkit Pro, the completely rebuilt, cloud-based statistical toolkit that will replace the existing Excel-based version.
An important goal with the new toolkit is to provide a greatly improved user experience from start to finish. The ultimate judgment of success is in the eyes of the user…and that’s where you come in.
We need volunteers to go online, log in, and test the new toolkit. This means navigating around, performing several types of analyses using industry data or your own data, letting us know what you think, and answering questions such as:
- Is there anything unclear or confusing in the new toolkit?
- Do you see any bugs, glitches, stuff that doesn’t work?
- Are there any problems that need to be addressed prior to launch?
Beta testers should have a solid working familiarity with NFPA stats programs and data sources.
Testing will start Monday, January 18, and we ask that testers submit feedback by Friday, January 29th. If you are interested, contact Eric Armstrong at 414-778-3372 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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