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e-learning company successes reported


Two e-learning companies have announced successes in their business operations in the last few days.


IT solutions company Skillsgroup, which is the parent of IT training company QA Training has bought Direct Media Technology, makers of training administration systems for £5.3 million.

As a result QA Training will integrate DMT's Learning Management System (LMS) - used for delivering, managing and monitoring training activities - with QA's online training management service within a few months, creating a system
that will compare people's skills with the skills needed for a particular project and identify the training needs for each individual. The online system can then be used to book the courses and also monitor each individualÕs progress throughout the training process.

Founded in 1985, QA Training offers the IT curriculum in most areas of project management, software development, systems implementation, system support and networking.

Skillsgroup has also sold IT staffing arm QA Myriad for £1.2 million.


eLearning solution firm InterWise has received a $30 million investment into its business from a number of USA-based companies. InterWise, who provide 'real-time' platforms for training on the web, will use the financing to expand its research and development efforts as well as sales and marketing operations.


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