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Global Learning and KeyStone Learning Systems consolidate
July 6, 2004
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Frederick, Md. -- Global Learning Systems (GLS) and its sister company Keystone Learning Systems will be opening a joint facility Frederick, Maryland. Global Learning Systems, Inc. (formerly Electronic Learning Facilitators, Inc.), designs and develops scaleable custom e-Learning strategies and solutions for Fortune 500 companies, state government, federal government and not for profit organizations.

"The consolidation of the two facilities was a major step in reorganizing the companies to reduce costs and streamline operations," says Lawrence P. Cates, Managing Director.

KeyStone Learning Systems Corporation develops, produces and sells self-paced hardware and software training courses, covering programs for individuals, software development and enterprise network applications. Combined the companies will offer total performance improvement solutions by providing Internet and new media learning. The companies develop, market and provide IT training, professional development and leadership content and support services in all new e-media and e-Learning formats.

"We will continue to keep costs down while we focus our energy and resources toward strengthening our position in the marketplace through existing and new partnerships, the production of new KeyStone training products and newly awarded custom solutions projectsm," says Cates.

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