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Dutch Language Version of Lectora Publisher Authoring Software Available January 2, 2002.

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Trivantis Corporation, the industry leader in e-learning authoring software, today announced that a Dutch language version of Lectora Publisher Enterprise Edition will be available January 2, 2002.

The new version features the High Dutch dialect of the language, including the application, user guide, help, and license agreement.

The Dutch language version of Lectora offers the same powerful features as the English version that has quickly become the standard for authoring software in North America. In January, Lectora was the first to receive certification by the Aviation Industry Computer-based-training Committee (AICC), an e-learning standards group, in the authoring system category.

Since then, Lectora has also consistently maintained SCORM Conformance, another standards benchmark, and has been named the corporate authoring software standard by a growing number of international companies as well as the campus standard in school districts and universities. Accessium, a Netherlands-based e-learning marketing venture between nl.tree and Siemens, has confirmed the Dutch version of Lectora to be highly compatible software for the kennisnet, the national e-learning intranet in the Netherlands.

"E-learning, like the Internet, is as much about international learning as it is local learning," said Trivantis CEO Tim Loudermilk, "the Dutch language version of Lectora is our first step towards making the power of our authoring software available to educators and students throughout the world."

Lectora has become the authoring tool of choice for corporations and schools because it offers the optimum combination of ease of use, capability, and speed. Trainers, educators, and students are able to create professional quality multi-media e-learning materials, courses, and projects with just a few hours of training and practice.


Cincinnati, Ohio-based Trivantis Corporation provides world-class e-learning authoring software and services that enable the creation of multimedia educational content. Trivantis develops authoring tools with near-zero learning curves that provide educators in academia, the business sector, and government the capabilities to create and publish high quality multimedia educational content. Trivantis solutions are designed to help overcome the technical barriers traditionally associated with publishing to the Internet.

The Trivantis flagship product, Lectora Publisher for Enterprise, helps subject-matter experts within an organization to start creating courses immediately, collaborate with colleagues and convert content to provide rapid transfer of knowledge across the enterprise so that organizations can shorten time to productivity. Versions of Lectora Publisher are also available for creating content for the Palm OS platform and Pocket PC platform.


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