DigitalThink and Circuit City Ink Three-Year E-Learning Deal

March 20, 2002

San Francisco, March 19, 2002 – DigitalThink, Inc. (Nasdaq: DTHK), the leading

provider of e-learning business solutions to Global 2000 companies, announced

a three-year agreement with Circuit City Stores, Inc., a leading national retailer

of brand-name consumer electronics, personal computers and entertainment software.

This second expansion of the original, February 2000 contract between the two

companies highlights a trend towards enterprise-wide use of DigitalThink e-learning

solutions and towards add-on business with existing customers.

"DigitalThink e-learning is a key part of our strategy to increase sales

per sales counselor, decrease turnover and increase customer satisfaction,"

said Jeffrey S. Wells, senior vice president for human resources for Circuit

City Stores. "As we move rapidly to a learning culture, where learning

equals earning, our employee satisfaction is also increasing. DigitalThink has

allowed us to better arm our employees with knowledge and skills while cutting

the time they spend in training by more than 50 percent."

With this expansion, Circuit City is making an investment in the complete DigitalThink

e-learning solution, including catalog and custom courseware, e-briefings and

the DigitalThink E-Learning Platform.

"Circuit City is a model of well conceived, highly strategic, perfectly

executed e-learning," said Jon Madonna, president and CEO of DigitalThink.

"By leveraging the complete DigitalThink solution, Circuit City is able

to reach its employees with exactly the information they need, when they need

it, driving sales and improving customer satisfaction. DigitalThink is empowering

Circuit City to quantify and measure the business impact of e-learning."

DigitalThink allows Circuit City to deliver far more training at a much lower

cost, when compared to traditional classroom-based training. To date, 90,000

Circuit City employees have enrolled in more than 1.8 million DigitalThink courses,

far exceeding Circuit City’s expectations.

"In the two years since our strategic partnership with DigitalThink began,

we’ve collaboratively developed more than 110 online courses," said Wells.

"Our sales counselors find the e-learning extremely engaging. Completion

rates are very high, and in the month of December alone, our sales counselors

hit DigitalThink’s site more than six million times."

About DigitalThink

DigitalThink, Inc. is the leading provider of e-learning business solutions

to Global 2000 companies, delivering measurable business results through its

award-winning content and powerful E-Learning Platform. The company’s complete

array of e-learning solutions are tightly aligned with strategic business objectives,

provide a highly engaging learning environment and include powerful management

tools to measure learning effectiveness and return on investment (ROI). From

workforce development to sales force effectiveness to customer acquisition and

retention, DigitalThink e-learning has delivered business benefits to companies

such as Charles Schwab & Co., Circuit City, DaimlerChrysler, Deutsche Bank,

EDS, The Gallup Organization, GE Capital, KPMG Consulting, Mazda, McDonald’s,

and Northwest Airlines. More information can be found on the Web at

About Circuit City

With 604 Circuit City Superstores and 20 mall-based Circuit City Express stores,

Circuit City operates more consumer electronics specialty Superstores in more

markets than any other retailer. Circuit City’s online site,,

offers an integrated clicks-and-mortar experience with a comprehensive selection

of consumer electronics, personal computers, movies, music and games; extensive

product information; and Express Pick-up, which allows customers to order online

and pick up in store. Headquarters for Circuit City Stores, Inc. (NYSE: CC,

KMX) are located in Richmond, Va.; the company includes both the Circuit City

and CarMax retail stores.

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