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MaxyAll commences operations

-- A new promise in distance learning

SAO PAULO, Dec.10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- In a pre-operational phase, MaxyAll (http://www.maxyall.com/) is introducing to the market a proposition that is innovative to say the least: a global distance learning platform different from anything else currently available.  According to Arsenio Pagliarini, the company's world president, this combination of technology and self-instruction will allow knowledge to assume new forms never seen before.

Accompanying the hyper-trend of distance learning, already demonstrated by Google's entrance into the sector, (google.com/edu), MaxyAll will have an ecosystem of applications for iOS systems (www.apple.com/br/ipad) and Android (http://www.android.com/), providing a better experience both for users, who will be able to purchase courses and Interact with e-commerce, as well as for distributors, who will be able to conduct training sessions and keep track of transactions.  

"MaxyAll has been created with the mission of maximizing individual ability and success through the global venues of instruction, technology, marketing and e-commerce," notes Arsenio. MaxyAll's chief executive was formerly President of Packard Bell Computers in Latin America (http://www.packardbell.com/), Vice President of Buscape (http://www.buscape.com.br/), and has accumulated extensive experience along the way, having also managed businesses in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East.   

"This is the moment to invest in one of the fastest-growing markets in the world, education, especially in this era when knowledge is increasingly valued," Arsenio concludes.    

The official launch of MaxyAll is scheduled for coming months, but it is already possible to watch the pre-launch videos:  

Conceptual: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6BWlqwwPEkc 

Institutional: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A4PEr5hGMZQ

Fernando Baddini

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