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Partner Watch, Oct. 24

IntraLearn Software partners with WestNet Learning to provide a centralized hosted system to deliver e-learning courses via a managed portal.

IntraLearn Software Corp. (Northboro, Mass.) announced Oct. 19 an agreement with WestNet Learning (Arvada, Colo.) to provide it with IntraLearn LSP e-Learning application to deliver WestNet’s 2,500 custom courses to its customers, which include corporations, colleges and universities.

"Now organizations of all sizes can affordably offer and manage all types of learning for their customers, business partners, employees and students." said Joe Scullion, president and CEO of WestNet Learning. "With over 2,500 ready-made off-the-self courses in sales, marketing, HR, technology, certification, project management and more, IntraLearn LSP enabled us to provide give our customers the ability to import third-party courses or even build their own easily."

WestNet’s custom learning portals have been adopted by organizations such as Avaya, Cisco, 3Com, Branson Schools online, University of Colorado at Denver, Aanko, and DTI Publishing.

IntraLearn is a provider of turnkey e-Learning applications for corporate enterprises, academic institutions and non-profits, and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with both ISV and Microsoft Business Solutions Competencies.

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