Early adoption can bring lasting benefits

Labrow, Peter
October 2003
IT Training;Oct2003, p30
Trade Publication
This article presents views of the author on early adoption, which according to him can bring lasting benefits. But then again, the potential payoff can be compelling. New markets are rich seams and, with profitable training business these days being as hard to find as a heart-warming plotline in EastEnders, one can discover that many suppliers are willing to meet part-way on costs when it comes to breaking new ground. And, to be fair, many training companies don't add enough value, they just want to shift courses.


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