Abernathy; Allerton, Donna
November 1999
Training & Development;Nov99, Vol. 53 Issue 11, p37
Features entrants in the turnkey computer systems category of products encompassing multimedia capabilities, online learning and training management systems. Includes Lotus Development and Macromedia; IBM/Catapult's integrated global software training solution; Pinnacle Learning Manager from Pinnacle Multimedia.


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