IBM Announces New e-business Training

Rapid Ramp-up of e-business Skills

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.</span></strong></p><p><strong><span> - 08 May 2000: Application Development Skills Transition: A service to build the right e-business application development skills to successfully develop and deploy an e-business solution; includes assessment of project or department level skills and development of curriculum using an extensive library of e-business courses. The e-business skills plan often becomes an integrated part of the organization's application development project plan.

- Business Intelligence Skills Transition: A specific focus on building the skills needed to develop solutions to gather, manage and analyzelarge amounts of Web site data on a company's customers, products and services, and all the transactions in between -- key to successful Web commerce.

- e-business certifications: A comprehensive roadmap of learning activities to prepare a student to pass tests designed to demonstrate the skills necessary to advise about, design and develop sound e-business solutions.

- Pervasive computing curriculum: Learning to assist companies in building the skills they need to develop wireless/mobile computing solutions.
Learning services is part of IBM Global Services, the world's largest information technology services provider, with 1999 revenues of more than $32 billion. Services is the fastest growing part of IBM, with more than 138,000 professionals serving customers in 160 countries. IBM Global Services integrates IBM's broad range of capabilities -- services, hardware, software and research -- to help companies of all sizes realize the full value of information technology. For more information visit

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