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Home > News > March 2005 > 18-Mar-2005

e2train appoints distributor for US and Canadian marketplaces

UK Learning Management System and authoring tool vendor e2train has appointed UpgradablesPlus of Toronto, Canada & Pompano Beach, Florida USA to distribute its products to the US and Canadian marketplaces.

e2train's products include the Kallidus LMS (v7.2 was released in March 2005) and the Kallidus Authoring System.

e2train's sales and marketing director Martin Belton said, "We are delighted to be working with Paul Risman and his colleagues at UpgradablesPlus. Their experience within the ERP system marketplace places them in the perfect position to ensure that Canadian customers and US get the best from the Kallidus LMS through smart and effective implementations.

"Although we have been searching for a partner in the US for some time, we were keen to appoint somebody who had the dedication and knowledge to ensure that e2train's reputation for service and support wasn't compromised."

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