Macromedia and Lotus bring Web-based learning to the mainstream

September 1999
Caribbean Business;9/2/1999, Vol. 27 Issue 34, p33
Reports on Macromedia Inc. and Lotus Development Corp's announcement of an agreement to expand the market for Web-based learning. Creation of the industry's most comprehensive online teaching and learning conditions; Lotus' purchase of the Macromedia Pathware business; Macromedia's shipping, sale and support of Pathware.


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