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February 2004
IT Training;Feb2004, p11
Trade Publication
Asia Pacific Breweries has introduced e-learning to its staff. The project has been set up by Interactive Knowledge Systems and includes a learning portal, customised content and support. South African e-learning company Bridge PT has opened offices in France. E-learning company GetIT Multimedia and web conferencing firm WebEx Communications are teaming up to create virtual classrooms in Singapore. Sun Microsystems has set up a training centre at the Indian Institute of Information Technology in Kerala.


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