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thepennyking   Wednesday, 02/18/04 08:51:26 PM
Re: thepennyking post# 69
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As of December 31, 2003, we provide Web collaboration and Web conferencing software that includes a comprehensive set of features and functionality. Our name change is reflective of our focus in terms of research, development, sales and marketing on our award-winning suite of Web conferencing and Web collaboration software known as the iLinc(TM) Suite. The iLinc suite includes: LearnLinc(TM) - permits live instructor-led training and education over the Internet to remote students replicating the instructor-led environment; MeetingLinc(TM) - facilitates more effective and economical communication through online meetings using voice-over-IP technology to avoid the expense of travel and long-distance charges; ConferenceLinc(TM) - delivers your message more consistently in a one-to-many format replicating professionally managed conferencing events; and SupportLinc(TM) - gives customer service organizations the ability to provide remote, hands-on support for products, systems, or software applications. Our iLinc Web collaboration software suite is available in both an ASP and license purchase model. Since its beginnings in 1994, LearnLinc and MeetingLinc have been installed and operational in corporate, government, and educational organizations in the United States and Internationally. LearnLinc(TM), the flagship of EDT Learning's four-product iLinc suite, won first place at the Synchronous e-Learning Shootout held at Online Learning's Conference in the fall of 2002, winning by a vote of training professionals over such other notable companies as WebEx, PlaceWare (now Microsoft Live), and Centra. Our iLinc suite of products includes the ability to use integrated voice-over-IP and two-way live video.

On June 14, 2002, the Company acquired certain assets of Quisic Corporation ("Quisic"); a California based private e-Learning company in an asset purchase and common stock purchase transaction that involved the issuance of 2,000,000 common shares to certain shareholders of Quisic. The operating results of Quisic have been included in the consolidated operations of the Company commencing June 17, 2002. The purchase agreement requires that the Company pay certain contingent compensation to the seller if during the 5 year period following the closing certain sales to PBS and others occur. Through December 31, 2003, the Company has collected funds subject to this contingent provision totaling $300,000. On December 31, 2003, the seller agreed to convert the entire amount then due instead into 333,333 common shares our common stock at the fair market price of $0.90 per share.

Effective November 4, 2002, the Company acquired certain assets of Mentergy, Inc. ("Mentergy") that included the LearnLinc Web collaboration and Web conferencing software that is the foundation for the iLinc suite of products (the "LearnLinc Assets"). In exchange for the LearnLinc Assets, the Company paid $500,000, with one half due at closing and the remaining payment due in a note that was due December 13, 2003, assumed scheduled liabilities equal to $462,000 and agreed to provide a royalty earn-out payment due upon sales of the LearnLinc product. The royalty earn-out is equal to 20% for all revenues collected from the sale or license of LearnLinc software over a three-year period beginning with the closing date, with the first $600,000 of collected revenues not subject to the royalty, and the maximum amount ever due is $5,000,000. The Company accounts for any such amounts collected as additional purchase consideration in accordance with EITF No. 95-8 at the time such amounts are collected. The Company has accrued LearnLinc royalties totaling $227,000 for the nine months ended December 31, 2003. The operating results are included with the Company's as of November 4, 2002.

The operations of the Company involve many risks, which, even through a combination of experience, knowledge and careful evaluation, may not be overcome. These risks include the fact that the market for e-learning products and services is in the early stages of development and may not grow to a sufficient size or at a sufficient rate to sustain the Company's business. The Company also faces intense competition from other e-learning providers and may be unable to compete successfully. Many of the Company's existing and potential competitors have longer operating histories and significantly greater financial, technical and other resources and therefore may be able to more quickly respond to changing opportunities or customer requirements. New competitors are also likely to enter this market in the future due to the lack of significant barrier to entry in the market share. See "Additional Risk Factors That May Affect Our Operating Results and The Market Price of Our Common Stock."

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