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Critical Information Network (CiNet(TM)) Launches to Provide eLearning Solutions to Public Safety, Healthcare and Industrial Operations Professionals
Date:6/17/2009

CiNet Acquires Industry-Leading Training Assets to Help Organizations Save Lives, Protect Critical Infrastructure, and Improve Workplace Efficiency

DALLAS, June 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Critical Information Network (CiNet), an emerging eLearning company serving customers across the public safety, healthcare and industrial operations sectors, announced today the formal launch of its business operations. CiNet has acquired industry-leading training networks that have served the needs of police officers, firefighters, paramedics, nurses, and other essential personnel for over 20 years. The seasoned management team, led by Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Norm Willox, is comprised of information solutions executives as well as former award-winning network television producers and multi-media industry professionals who saw an opportunity to improve training effectiveness by increasing the speed and efficiency of producing and delivering eLearning content.

"Advances in communications and information technology are fundamentally transforming the way teaching and learning now take place," said Willox. "Our mission is to deliver world-class content to our customers when they need it, helping them increase safety, improve efficiency and maintain competitiveness in the global marketplace."

In today's fast-paced work environments, there can be a lag time of months or even years before critical training information gets shared with front-line practitioners, which is often too late. Job responsibilities are constantly evolving, and organizations are struggling to create and retain knowledge with aging workforces and geographically dispersed personnel. The new administration has allocated $53 billion in stimulus funding for education and training initiatives, recognizing that the U.S. workforce needs to stay competitive in the global economy. As a result, more and more professionals are embracing eLearning platforms t
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