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THINQ Ltd. has announced that it is partnering with Learning Lab, an organisation dedicated to improving business output through training, as a full member. Learning Lab was set up in November 1999 as a non-profit making organisation, with the aim of supporting individuals and organisations involved in the design, development and use of technology in education and training.

The decision to join will allow business to review THINQ’s full range of products including the industry acclaimed TrainingServer Learning Management System (LMS) and ISP hosted solution, THINQ Learning Manager. Learning Lab’s resident experts provide organisations with independent advice on both technology and identifying individual learning requirements for business.

The Lab is funded by key players within the industry and provides support and advice to those who have identified the need to introduce learning technologies into their organisation. Organisations which are unsure of the next step to take can use the Lab facilities to spend time looking at a variety of learning material, and discussing their needs with the Labs knowledgeable staff.

Ray Maskell, President of THINQ, said, “This partnership with the Learning Lab helps THINQ join the United Kingdom's ambitious initiative to educate the country’s businesses on the benefits of e-learning. We look forward to being a part of this organisation and to working closely with such a well-respected figure in e-learning as Steve Molyneux.”

Professor Steve Molyneux, Director of the Learning Lab, said that he was, “Delighted to welcome THINQ as a partner of the Learning Lab. THINQ has a refreshing approach to corporate training and I look forward to a long and productive relationship with them”. He added that, “With over 20 organisations now investing in the Learning Lab initiative, we are now in a stronger than ever position to be able to offer a valuable and impartial service to the education and training sector”.

For more information, please telephone Kevin Brooks at THINQ on +44 208 600 1867,
by fax on +44 208 600 1903 or e-mail

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Notes to Editors


THINQ helps organisations align their learning initiatives with their business objectives through a unique combination of strategic consulting, technology (THINQ TrainingServer Learning Management System (LMS)), training content and professional services.

With over four million active users worldwide, THINQ has deployed learning solutions to over 200 clients, including Lucent Technologies, Sony, MCI Worldcom and Harvard University. THINQ is a private company headquartered in the United States with operations in the U.K. and Canada.

For more information, contact THINQ at 0870 770 1000, or visit

About Learning Labs.

Current partners of the Learning Lab include: Azlan Training, British Telecom, CISCO Systems, Fretwell-Downing Education, Granada Learning, ICL Fujitsu, Microsoft Education, NETg, QA Training, Reading College, Reed Educational and Professional Publishing, Synetrix, Telewest Communications, Ufi Ltd, University of Wolverhampton, Websters International Publishers, Cable & Wireless, RM plc, Capita Education Services, Labyrinten Data AB, iLearn.To and Netmedia Education.

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