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Eedo Knowledgeware Registers E-learning Success with Kadaster

Source: Eedo Knowledgeware Corporation
Kadaster, a national mapping and cadaster agency, was looking for an improved method for training its staff of 2,600. The company realized that effective training would be critical to its success, so it turned to a blended e-learning solution that would allow easy interaction with its current systems. With over 1,200 staff already using the new system, Kadaster is well on its way to reaching its training objectives.


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