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eLogic Learning Named #1 Best All-Purpose Extended Enterprise LMS, Among Other Top Awards

Talented Learning has released its 2016 LMS Vendor Awards. eLogic and some of its staff members were were awarded in multiple categories included Best All-Purpose Extended Enterprise LMS, Best Continuing Education LMS, and Best Compliance LMS.

Tampa, Fla. (PRWEB) December 15, 2016

Talented Learning- an independent research and consulting firm for learning technology buyers and sellers- just announced its 2016 LMS Vendor Awards. These annual awards are based on countless hours of research of over 125 LMS vendors and the unique features that set them apart in the market.

Based on their findings, CEO and Lead Analyst John Leh and his knowledgeable team narrowed down the field to three winners and two honorable mentions for each of the 12 categories.

eLogic Learning is honored to announce that it was named the #1 Best All-Purpose Extended Enterprise LMS, #2 Best Continuing Education LMS, and #3 Best Compliance LMS.

Two of eLogic’s employees were also ranked in individual award categories. Brad Newell, Solutions Architect, was named #2 Best LMS Demonstrator for his ability to not only understand the LMS and speak to each prospect’s particular business needs, but also “to deliver a demo in a humorous, engaging way.” Joe Yates, Account Executive, also moved up in the ranks this year to become the #2 LMS Sales Star because of his friendly nature and talent for listening to and solving the unique problems of his prospects.

“eLogic frequently and rapidly enhances and builds upon the features and functionality of its LMS,” said John Leh, CEO and Lead Analyst of Talented Learning. “In doing so, they continue to stay at the top of the LMS industry with an increasingly powerful yet affordable solution. It’s clear to see why they are a top extended enterprise solution with strong continuing education, new UI, robust compliance along with some standout team members.”

The organization works hard to create a world-class, best-of-breed LMS that helps its clients increase productivity, mitigate risk and generate revenue. Being named a top LMS in many of those comparable categories is both humbling and encouraging.

“Talented Learning is an elite and very well respected resource in this industry. The depth of the Talented reviews and their knowledge resonates in every publication produced,” said Mark Anderson, CEO at eLogic. “So Santa showed up a little early at eLogic. Special Kudos to Joe and Brad for their individual award! Nicely done!”


About Talented Learning

Talented Learning is a news, research and consulting organization dedicated to the advancement of all aspects of extended enterprise learning technology solutions. Talented Learning publishes eLearning news, vendor reviews, case studies, articles, education and best practices that are useful to professionals involved in channel, franchise, customer, member and public sector eLearning.

About eLogic Learning

A leader in the eLearning industry, eLogic Learning offers organizations world class, comprehensive LMS technology and content solutions that save costs and increase productivity. The eLogic eSSential LMS supports over five million monthly users and was named a #1 Corporate LMS by Talented Learning, Top 3 LMS by E-Learning 24/7 and Top 20 by Capterra. The eSSential LMS makes it easy to manage eLearning, instructor-led and virtual training events, keep up with regulatory compliance requirements, analyze training usage and results, sell courses online with robust ecommerce features, and much more.

In addition to its Learning Management System, eLogic develops custom eLearning content and provides an extensive third-party courseware library. With a comprehensive turnkey approach to implementing learning strategies, eLogic offers professional services and proven expertise in content strategy, business process change and the development of corporate training programs.

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