KnowledgeNet Hosts Customer Best Practices Conference

January 30, 2004

KnowledgeNet’s Best Practices Conference will feature three keynote presentations and highlighted discussions with KnowledgeNet CEO Tom Graunke. The first, hosted by JoAnne Schaberick of New Course, will be a discussion on the impact of enterprise training on a Fortune 500 financial institution. Senior Vice President at Bank of America, Donna Carol, will deliver the second keynote, titled “How to Get the Highest Usage from e-learning”. Mike Flanagan, vice president of research and consulting at e-learning research organization, Lguide, will deliver the conference’s final keynote on how to sort through the confusion and select the right e-learning vendor.

“The learning industry is constantly evolving, so to stay ahead, KnowledgeNet is continually improving our products, services and solutions,” said Tom Graunke, CEO and co-founder, KnowledgeNet. “We are able to do this by listening to, respecting, and implementing our customers’ suggestion. Our customers have enabled KnowledgeNet to become the fastest growing e-learning organization, and the only e-learning organization that can offer classroom-based training at enterprise pricing.”

About KnowledgeNet
KnowledgeNet is the fastest growing e-learning company. KnowledgeNet’s unique, expert-led hands on classes are offered in a prove-as-you-go business philosophy that features flexible, customer-centric pricing and customer marketing programs designed to quickly deliver concrete training results. KnowledgeNet e-learning solutions are used by over 6,200 customers in 182 countries, including 47 of the Fortune 50, and blue-chip organizations such as AT&T, Bank of America, Cisco, EMC, McDonalds, Motorola, Sun Microsystems and the CIA. KnowledgeNet is a Cisco Learning Solutions Partner, a Microsoft Certified Technical Education Center (CTEC), and a PMI Global Registered Education Provider (R.E.P.). Founded in 1998, KnowledgeNet is a privately held company with $82mm in funding based in Phoenix, Arizona. Visit KnowledgeNet at
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