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Hudson Associates Consulting Acquires eKnowledgeCenter

Abstract: Hudson Associates Consulting, Inc. of Virginia Beach, Virginia, has announced the completion of the purchase of eKnowledgeCenter. eKnowledgeCenter is a major training provider in the field of Knowledge Management, with a successful eLearning Knowledge Management training and certification program that has provided Knowledge Management training to more than 3,000 participants.

Dan Kirsch: Hudson Associates Acquires eKnowledgeCenter. Hudson Associates News, May 5, 2007

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  • Ken Swanstrom: Hudson Associates Consulting, Inc. of Virginia Beach, Virginia, has announced the completion of the purchase of eKnowledgeCenter. eKnowledgeCenter Announcement, May 5, 2007

    “…It is anticipated that members of eKnowledgeCenter will be soon be able to take advantage of opportunities and benefits afforded by an ongoing partnership between Hudson Associates and the Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro), the world’s largest professional society dedicated to Knowledge Management, and discussions related to that are ongoing between Hudson Associates and KMPro leadership. There also exists continued collaboration opportunities between GKEC and KMCB, providing even greater world-wide recognition for certifications issued by eKnowledgeCenter/GKEC, Hudson Associates and KMPro/KMCB…” Read more »

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Tags: e-learning, eKnowledgeCenter (eKC), Global Knowledge Economics Council (GKEC)*, Hudson Associates Consulting, Hudson Associates News, KM training, Knowledge Management Certification Board (KMCB), Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro), mergers&acquisitions

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