Crazy for you

7th January 2005 at 00:00
David Dodd and Robbie Bell of Key Wise Systems enjoyed the limelight again when their Keyboard Crazy game and newsoftware (designed by Epar Software) was highlighted at the Basic Skills Annual Conference in London.

To mark the official launch of the software tie-up at this year's BETT show, Key Wise Systems (on the Epar stand, Z100) will be giving away 18 free Keyboard Crazy board games - a motivating low-tech keyboard skills teaching aid - with every full software site licence purchased. A site licence costs Pounds 1,000.

www.keyboardcrazy.co.uk

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