Saba woos Docent customers as Click2learn merger looms

December 2003
IT Training;Dec2003/Jan2004, p11
Trade Publication
Saba Inc. is using the pending merger of Docent Inc. and Click2learn Inc. to persuade Docent customers to migrate to its Enterprise Learning Suite software. Saba is offering Docent customers a free upgrade to Saba program until December 30, 2003. Saba freely admits that the program has been designed to woo Docent customers who are worried the vendor's products might be sidelined or discontinued during the merger with Click2learn. Saba maintains it is giving worried Docent customers an alternative route forward with their enterprise learning. Under Saba's migration scheme, Docent customers are being offered a free, no-obligation, two-day upgrade assessment by business and technical analysts to determine their needs.


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