Pathlore Customers Gear Up for Road Ahead at e-Learning User Conference

October 10, 2001

Pathlore recently announced that registration goals for its e-Learning user conference, PathLearn 2001, are meeting expectations. PathLearn 2001, occurring Oct. 22-24 at New Orleans’ landmark Fairmont Hotel, is an opportunity for existing and potential customers to learn about new directions in e-Learning and maximize the potential of their e-Learning programs.

“As our entire nation wrestles with how to proceed during these trying times, so too does the staff of Pathlore,” said Steve Thomas, CEO and president of Pathlore. “It is our belief that we must proceed with some sense of normalcy, and by continuing to hold our user conference we are reinforcing that desire to get back to business. We also believe that PathLearn 2001 is the ideal venue for our users to focus on the business of e-Learning and share their strategies on how to build a smart, fast and empowered work force.”

Now in its 11th year, the Pathlore user conference is the place to explore the possibilities and learn how to maximize the potential of e-Learning. PathLearn 2001 offers three days filled with e-Learning strategies and ideas, with hundreds of Pathlore customers gathered from all over the globe to network and share knowledge with fellow Pathlore users. Conferees can choose from seven preconference workshops and more than 40 high-impact sessions; explore the new Solutions Showcase of offerings from Pathlore’s Partner Network; participate in a dynamic learning exchange; and discover the many Pathlore Learning Management System (LMS) opportunities.

“The PathLearn user conference agenda is about how to solve real business problems using e-Learning initiatives,” said Barbara White, training administrator for Maricopa County. “Having the opportunity to talk with other companies that have successful e-Learning initiatives and learn how they went about addressing their specific needs is invaluable to us as we extend e-Learning to our employees. In addition, I truly believe that the success of the conference will also be in large part due to the time that Pathlore employees will be devoting to one-on-one interaction, instruction and networking with the attendees on new ways to use its LMS.”

“Pathlore customers set the standard when it comes to e-Learning strategies,” Thomas said. “The key to achieving that distinction is our ability to create dedicated forums for our customers and the e-Learning community. Sharing knowledge and discovering best practices as e-Learning continues to evolve is the ultimate competitive advantage for the 21st-century enterprise.”

This year’s conference presenters include Pathlore customers Affinity Health Systems, GenAm Benefits, Minnesota Department of Human Services, Northwest Airlines, TDHS Special Nutrition Programs, Texas Department of Health, St. Cloud Hospital, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, PNC Financial Services, Maricopa County, NEC America Inc., Mount Carmel Health Systems, William Beaumont Hospital and Raytheon Learning Institute.