Granada nets pound;4 million Irish software deal

11th May 2001 at 01:00
Granada Learning software will be on every school computer in Northern Ireland in what the firm described as a "managed software service". Under the pound;4 million deal, which lets schools add other progrms as desired, Granada guarantees that the software will run efficiently. Teachers will be licensed to use the titles, such as Young Writer's Workshop, at home.

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