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Corporate Profile for MicroVideo Learning Systems Inc., dated March 8, 1996.

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Published date: March 8, 1996


Company name: MicroVideo Learning Systems Inc.


Address: 250 Park Avenue South, 10th Floor
 New York, NY 10003


Telephone No.: 212-777-9595 or 800-231-4021


Chief Executive
 Officer: Eric Sternbach


Chief Financial
 Officer: Loren Rower


 Business number: 212-777-9595


Public Relations
 Contact: Jordan D. Serlin


 Business number: 212-777-9595, ext. 211


 Home number: 212-683-8964


 Industry: Software Training/Multimedia Learning Systems




Company description: MicroVideo Learning Systems is the premier developer and publisher of Media-Based software training products for desktop and technical applications. In 1982, MicroVideo produced the world's first video-based training program, The Visical Program Made Simple, and has since developed the most comprehensive line of video-based, computer-based, and CD-ROM multimedia-based learning systems in the industry. MicroVideo's clientele includes almost every U.S. Federal Government agency and Fortune 2000 company.

As the company which pioneered and developed the self-paced software learning business, MicroVideo has created the ultimate standard for today's training materials. Our learning systems are envied by the competition, and embraced by IT training managers worldwide.

In continuation of its market leadership, MicroVideo has recently unveiled the only true video-driven multimedia learning systems on CD-ROM. These courses are also the first multimedia products available that are ready and tested for video-server networks, and enterprise-wide delivery. Featuring more than two hours of full motion, interactive video per course, MicroVideo CD-ROM Learning Systems have been developed in both AVI/INDEO and MPEG formats. Both versions include the complete compliment of full motion video, audio, and interactive exercises. MicroVideo CD-ROM Learning Systems incorporate features such as random access topic indexing and bookmarking which are not addressed by most competitive systems.

MicroVideo offers the most complete line of products for every self-paced delivery format currently available: Video, CBT (Computer-Based Training), and Multimedia CD-ROM.

As a Microsoft Solution Provider, Lotus Business Partner, and Novell PerfectFit Partner, MicroVideo can provide for an organization's complete computer training needs. From end-user applications like Microsoft Office '95, Lotus SmartSuite (including Notes 4.0), to more technical subjects including client/server development, UNIX, and object oriented design, MicroVideo is in a unique position to provide multiple training solutions across the entire spectrum of user levels and technologies.

The MicroVideo Learning Systems product line is marketed through a direct sales force, world-wide distribution network, and primary vendor partnerships with system integration companies such as VANSTAR Corporation.

MicroVideo maintains a world-wide headquarters in New York City, with offices in South America, Europe, Africa, Australia, India, Canada, and the United States. With an unmatched product line and continuing development using the latest in technology, MicroVideo provides training solutions for the world.

For more information, e-mail MicroVideo at info@microvideo.com or please call for a free product catalog at 800-231-4021 or fax at 800-TRY-MVLS (879-6657).

CONTACT: MicroVideo Learning Systems Inc.
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