I.O. Technologies and Creativepro.com Agree to Provide On-Line Education
Press release from the issuing company
Rochester, NY February 19, 2004) – Creativepro.com and I.O. Technologies announce that they will co-develop the Creativepro On-line University. Courses will be supplied in the ollé on-line learning environment and will feature content from Creativepro, I.O. Technologies and their partners. “We are excited about the ability to offer a complete learning environment to our customers where they can find not only Product Application Training but also relevant core skill and knowledge courses,” said Jeff Lalier, Director of Business for Creativepro.com. “We will start with over 100 individual courses ranging from color science and digital asset management to PC concepts and problem solving. We will also offer ollé InfoFind Professional, which is I.O. Technologies’ web-based performance support knowledgebase for Graphic Professionals.” continued Lalier.
In addition to the agreement signed today, I.O. Technologies has also agreed to be a regular contributor of professional content to Creativepro.com.
“Creativepro.com is a great partner for us and we are excited about having the opportunity to provide their large and dedicated user base with our products and pertinent information on the evolution of the Graphics Communications Business,” said Richard Burke, COO of I.O. Technologies. “Creativepro.com’s customers are the perfect audience for our InfoFind Professional product, which quickly provides the information they need when they need it.” continued Burke.
You can reach Creativepro University at http://learn.serebra.com/creativepro/
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