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Neusoft Group and NetDimensions jointly target China enterprises with e-learning software and services

HONG KONG, NOVEMBER 16, 2004 - The Neusoft Group, China's largest listed software and solutions provider with more than 40 branches throughout China, Japan and the U.S.A., today announced its new partnership with NetDimensions, a global enterprise-class learning management system (LMS) provider.

The partnership, effective immediately, calls for Neusoft to provide sales and support for NetDimensions' software to meet the growing demand for learning and knowledge management solutions among Neusoft's broad range of blue-chip clients in the PRC.

Under the terms of the agreement, Neusoft will market NetDimensions' Enterprise Knowledge Platform (EKP), a powerful and scalable multilingual LMS used by more than 100 organizations worldwide, including ING, South Africa Telkom, Cathay Pacific Airways, ABN AMRO and HSBC.

David Yang, Chief Executive of Neusoft's Content Business Development Division, said: "As China's leading software and enterprise solutions provider, we focus on providing our clients with best-of-breed learning and human resource development solutions. Online learning has become a vital delivery channel to meet this goal.

"Our partnership with NetDimensions means we can offer a proven platform for e-learning that enables our clients to deliver, manage and record their training and development programs more effectively, ultimately improving their business performance."

NetDimensions founder and CEO Jay Shaw said: "With the increasing importance and growth of corporate e-learning in China, our partnership with Neusoft is central to our business strategy of expanding our presence in this rapidly growing market."

Neusoft and NetDimensions launched the new partnership with an invitation-only November 5th Shanghai seminar on e-learning for more than 90 China-based corporations. Seminar speakers included Andrea Marlan, NetDimensions Asia Pacific Business Development Manager, and Neusoft host Liang Tie. Marlan and Liang both commented on the strong interest levels among Chinese firms.

"Now is the time," said Marlan, "and Neusoft is uniquely positioned to develop the corporate e-learning market in China."

"We are delighted to be partnering with Neusoft and expect to be announcing a couple of major new customer accounts in China shortly," added Shaw.

Neusoft Group

From its early roots and founding in Northeastern University in 1991, Neusoft has grown to become China's premier provider of software and technology solutions, with a registered capital of 1.2 billion RMB, sales revenue of 2.2 billion RMB in 2003 and 6,000 employees. Neusoft's key business areas are software and services, digital medical products and IT education & training. In addition to four Neusoft Parks (development and training centers) in Shenyang, Dalian, Nanhai and Chengdu, the company has over 40 branches in China and overseas branches in the U.S.A., Japan and Hong Kong. More information on Neusoft in both English and Chinese can be found on Neusoft's Web site at


Established in 1999, NetDimensions designs and supplies Web-based learning and knowledge management solutions for more than 100 major clients around the world, including multinationals such as HSBC, ING, South Africa Telkom and Cathay Pacific. For additional information on NetDimensions, please visit

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