CustomerVision and CDS Win Silver Brandon Hall Learning Award

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CustomerVision, a leader in innovative learning, won a coveted Brandon Hall silver award for excellence in the Best Use of Emerging Technology category for their entry titled "Enterprise Wikis for Learning" at Communication Data Services, Inc.

CustomerVision and CDS were recognized during a ceremony and reception held on Tuesday, September 25, 2007 in Santa Clara, Calif., as part of the 2007 Innovations in Learning Conference, held September 24-26. The winners are listed at http://www.brandon-hall.com.

CustomerVision has combined the power of wiki collaboration with features necessary for the management and control of a corporate knowledge base, and for empowering collaboration in areas such as sales, training and support. The solution enables companies to share knowledge and expertise quickly and easily, and learning content can be continuously updated and improved with the latest information and resources.

"We believe that informal learning and knowledge sharing using products like BizWiki will become increasingly vital to the way organizations learn and adapt to today's business environment," said Cindy Rockwell, CustomerVision's CEO. "Being recognized by the Brandon Hall Learning Award helps confirm our vision for improving the way organizations share knowledge and collaborate to improve performance. We're proud to be included in a group of award winning companies that includes such industry leaders as Cisco, Microsoft, WebEx, IBM and Convergys Corporation."

The Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards are presented annually by Brandon Hall Research, one of the leading research firms in training and development. Now in its thirteenth year, the Awards program showcases exceptional work in the use of learning technology.

"We are thrilled with the quality and creativity of this year's winning entries," said Brandon Hall, Ph.D., chairman of the Awards program. "These winners represent the cutting edge of innovative learning."

Entries were submitted in the categories of Best Custom Content, Best Innovation in Learning Technology, Best Blended Learning Program, Best Learning Team, Best Results of a Learning Program, and Best Use of Emerging Technology. A total of 256 entries were originally submitted. The entries were evaluated by independent judges around the world.

About CustomerVision
CustomerVision delivers the premiere enterprise-ready Wiki solution for companies that need to share knowledge and collaborate. With CustomerVision BizWiki, businesses can increase their competitive advantage by allowing teams to dynamically collaborate & share valuable knowledge. For more information, visit http://www.customervision.com or call 877-824-0181.

About CDS Solutions
Communication Data Services, a unit of Hearst, is an international data management company that provides customized fulfillment services to publishers and direct marketers of all sizes. The company is able to provide cost-effective and complex services to its clients due to its large volume of business with subscription, product and Internet fulfillment, direct marketing and statistical services and contribution/lockbox processing. CDS manages in excess of 150 million names of active subscribers for more than 400 magazine and product fulfillment clients in the direct-to-consumer and business-to-business markets.

About Brandon Hall Research
Brandon Hall, Ph.D. is the CEO of Brandon Hall Research and author of the ground-breaking "Web-Based Training Cookbook." Since 1992, Brandon Hall Research (http://www.brandon-hall.com) has been providing independent research reports and expert advice on using technology in learning. Brandon Hall Research conducts the Awards program each year to recognize the best in innovative learning. To honor the Award winners Brandon Hall Research hosts the Awards ceremony and reception in conjunction with its Innovations in Learning Conference.

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