Click2Learn and Docent reveal all

Lloyd, Tom
May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p14
Trade Publication
Learning management system makers Docent Inc. and Click2Learn Inc. have announced details of their merger, which was agreed at the end of last year. The company, which will be called Sum Total Systems, will have a single suite of products and hopes to lead the fragmented learning management system market. Around 70 employees were made redundant during the restructuring. The company insists that the two businesses are a good fit, and that the merged business is in a strong position, with a good customer base and money in the bank.


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