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Information Transfer releases Seminar Surveyor
Cambridge-based communication consultancy Information Transfer has released Seminar Surveyor, the latest product in their range of e-learning software.
Seminar Surveyor is a web-based application that is designed to process the usage files from surveys created with Information Transfer's e-learning authoring tool Seminar Author.
Information Transfer says users can see the results of a survey in graphical format and are able to download the results as PDF files or Microsoft Word documents, or import them directly into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet
Rick Handy, Seminar's product manager said: "We have produced a tool that, as you would expect of a Seminar product, is remarkably easy to use. It is particularly useful for gathering feedback following training sessions, replacing the traditional "happy sheets".
"Surveyor, along with Seminar Author, Reporter and the Seminar Learning Centre, make a full suite of e-learning software that work together to quickly and easily allow you to create, deliver and manage your e-learning content and your target audience."
For further information, visit: www.seminarsurveyor.co.uk
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