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I.O. Technologies Announces Release of olle Learning Environment

Press release from the issuing company

LAS VEGAS, NV (3/10/03 ) – I.O. Technologies, a training and consulting company for the graphic communications industry, announced today the release of ollé, its online learning environment. ollé – short for online learning excellence – is designed to provide self-directed, process focused education for manufacturers, designers, suppliers, and other companies involved in the graphic arts. “Whereas many outlets exist in the graphic arts for education on how to accomplish application-specific tasks, ollé fills an educational gap by focusing on why we perform these tasks. Our goal is to provide materials that assist companies and individuals in making the critical decisions needed for success in today’s changing business environment,” said Eric Kenly, I.O. Technologies founder and CEO. Ollé, on the Internet at www.olle.ws, is a collection of online learning products that include InfoFindTM, an extensive graphical lexicon containing over 11,000 cross-referenced, hyperlinked learning objects. Users of InfoFind have access to a variety of animated definitions on relevant topics in the graphic arts. ollé also offers an online version of Getting It Printed, one of the top selling introductory guides to understanding print and publishing workflows and courseware supporting the Color Imaging Professional (CIP) certification. Find out more about CIP at www.colorimagingpro.com. I.O. Technologies provides training, courseware development services, and consulting to the graphic communications industry. The company was formed in 1997 by two corporate education and training specialists from the Rochester Institute of Technology to provide process focused, university level training and education products and services. Over the last five years I.O. Technologies has supported print buyers, sales teams, production teams, and marketing professionals at over 30 of the industry’s leading firms by providing the highest caliber graphic communications training with an emphasis on solving real-world business problems. For more information contact: Richard Burke [email protected] (973) 509-2546