MoneyMaker's crash course for sales staff

July 2004
IT Training;Jul/Aug2004, p12
Trade Publication
Sales Challenge, which specialises in e-learning software for sales staff training, has launched a stripped down version of its MoneyMaker package that can be completed in less than two hours. Despite the relatively high level of graphical content needed to make the simulation realistic, Gary Perkins, the MD of Sales Challenge, said that the content will run over standard 56k modem.


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