Lets's Talk Computers - Merit Software  August 23, 2003
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Merit Software
Interview on August 23, 2003
Secondary & Business Education     Guest: Ben Weintraub
Merit Software is a leading publisher of educational software. Used in thousands of educational facilities, Merit Software emphasizes ease of use with maximum instructional content.

CEO Ben Weintraub gives an overview of Merit Software, which has offered for over fifteen years comprehensive suites of products targeted for educational excellence. Merit Software offers courses in Math and English for Elementary grades and High School including College-Prep courses. However, learning does not stop after High School; they also offer courses designed for business writing, GED participants, and people studying English as a second language.
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