CourseAvenue Technology Highlighted by Macromedia
Warrenville, IL - Friday, July 08, 2005
CourseAvenue, a global provider of web based, collaborative rapid e-Learning applications and services, today announced its technology framework will be highlighted in the July, 2005 issue of “the Edge” newsletter by Macromedia. Visit http://www.adobe.com/newsletters/edge/july2005/ to see this article.
Joe Gorup, CEO and co-founder of CourseAvenue comments, "CourseAvenue recognizes Macromedia's important place in the e-Learning market and we are pleased to be recognized for our integration strategy with the Flash platform. While many e-Learning professionals use Flash to build interactions and other learning objects – this article highlights how CourseAvenue integrated Flash with an enterprise class application framework to support global development and deployment of e-Learning".
CourseAvenue Studio is establishing a uniform standard for team based rapid e-Learning," said Joe Gorup. "Customers aren't looking for single author or developer based solutions. The Studio product provides scalability, efficiency and empowers global teams in the development of advanced e-Learning courses."
CourseAvenue's Studio platform is currently utilized by leading Fortune 1000 companies around the world to build a wide array of learning content.
CourseAvenue is the global leader in web-based, collaborative, rapid e-Learning solutions. Serving thousands of users each month for some of the world's leading Fortune 1000 companies, CourseAvenue is leading the evolution of team based next generation rapid e-Learning." The company's Learning Suite allows organizations to enable an anywhere, anytime, collaborative development process to develop web-based courses.