OKLAHOMA CITY -- Fleming Cos. here earlier this month began selling updated computer-based training packages in an unbundled format designed to make CBT affordable for the 3,000 independent retailers it services. "The industry has been moving in the direction of CBT for the last three to four years, and alternate [retail] formats are using it as a primary way of educating their employees," said Paul Adams, director of Fleming Retail Education Services. "We felt CBT was an educational ...
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