Foster Communications


Dennis Foster founded Foster Communications in 1980 as a video production company. We produced marketing and training videos. Our clients included GE, P&G,  Drano, Hasbro Toys and Milacron. We received an Emmy nomination for a marketing program for US Shoe.

In the mid eighties we began using computers to control laser video disks to provide Computer Based Training (CBT). We presented a paper highlighting our work in creating a machine tool simulation system to the national meeeting of the Society for Applied Learning Technology in Washington, D.C..

The nineties found us building database applications for clients of Belcan Engineering. We designed and implemented budget and planning applications for the publishing company McGraw-Hill. We also developed training used by the Bell systems across the country.  One of our CBT programs on interviewing skills received the award for excellence from the International Interactive Communication Society. 

Today, our focus is entirely on enterprise solution development using the latest technologies.  We continue to make communication the heart of our consulting practice. Our communication skills enable us to understand your needs quickly and to provide solutions that are easy to use -- for you, your employees, your suppliers and your customers. 

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