Minneapolis, Minnesota, August 18, 2006 — Four51, Inc. today announced its new continuing education program, University Four51, free of charge to Four51 customers. Designed to provide Four51 users with interactive classes tailored for their exact use of the Four51 application, University Four51 is a great tool for every customer. Mark Johnson, Four51 CEO, said, “University Four51 is for everyone from sales teams to administrative users to marketing staffs—we are providing all our customers with a comprehensive education curriculum to help them use the Four51 application to its fullest potential and drive growth.”
University Four51, in an effort to provide classes that will benefit everyone on the Four51 network, will rotate three specific tracks of curriculum: Sales, Administration, and Marketing. Classes are free to all Four51 customers and new students can enroll online anytime. “Everything from the class topics to the enrollment requirements is designed to easily and thoroughly deliver pertinent information to any Four 51 customer,” said Johnson.
The Sales curriculum will be the first track brought to the Four51 community this September, followed by the Administration track in December of this year. A dedicated University Four51 page will soon be available off the main Four51 website (www.four51.com) and enrollment for the fall Sales curriculum will begin mid-September with classes beginning at the end of September. Any Four51 customer may enroll for University Four51 classes in any curriculum at no charge.
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