NCS expands further into online curriculum through the $20 million acquisition of NovaNet learning

June 1999
Electronic Education Report;06/09/99, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on National Computer Systems' expansion of its business through the acquisition of online courseware provider NovaNet Learning Inc. Value of the transaction; Projected revenues in 1999; Plan to mount a more serious challenge to competitors.


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