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American Management Association Launches Blended Learning with the Help of Eedo Knowledgeware

Source: Eedo Knowledgeware Corporation
As an international leader, the American Management Association (AMA) was focused on maximizing the advantages of instructor-led training, while minimizing its disadvantages. Before adding a blended learning offering to its core business, AMA needed to define its strategic targets, and turned to Eedo Knowledgeware for help. Since launching its blended learning offering, AMA has greatly increased value to its customers.


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