Knowledge Anywhere Announces Partnership with AccelSales

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<strong>Bellevue, Wash. &mdash; Feb. 13</strong><br />Knowledge Anywhere, an e-learning training provider, announced it has signed an agreement with AccelSales to offer the SensaTrack product line. The agreement gives Knowledge Anywhere the ability to resell SensaTrack technology and assume management of its current clients.<br /><br />Knowledge Anywhere also announced C.J. Johnson, former AccelSales president, has joined Knowledge Anywhere to lead the Food Service and Retail Performance Support Group. Johnson has a long history of achievement and success in Seattle&rsquo;s technology industry. In his new role with Knowledge Anywhere, Johnson will manage the SensaTrack product line, as well as spearhead new efforts in the retail and food service markets.<br /><br />&ldquo;For the past seven years, our mission has been to provide our clients with the best online, video-based training solutions available,&rdquo; explained Johnson. &ldquo;Our agreement with Knowledge Anywhere brings us one step closer to the accomplishment of that goal. We&rsquo;ll now have more technology solutions to offer our customers, as well as improved customer service and support systems.&rdquo; <br /><br />Johnson expressed his pleasure and pride at becoming a part of the Knowledge Anywhere family with its impressive list of clients, including Microsoft, Starbucks, T-Mobile, Hewlett Packard (HP) and Siemens Medical. <br /><br />&ldquo;With the addition of Sensa Networks&rsquo; clients, Knowledge Anywhere&rsquo;s list of clients becomes even more impressive and provides further evidence it is one of the leaders in the industry,&rdquo; Johnson said. <br /><br />&ldquo;We are truly excited about this partnership,&rdquo; said Charlie Gillette, managing director with Knowledge Anywhere. &ldquo;It will allow Knowledge Anywhere to offer a broader array of video-based training programs, which are the wave of the future. We have found that the YouTube and MySpace generation entering the workforce today tends to benefit from video-based training programs, along with traditional online and classroom-based training. Sensa has a core competency in developing these types of video-based product and sales readiness solutions, so we are delighted to be partnering with them.&rdquo; <br />

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