Articulate, the market leader in e-learning software, announced today that for the seventh consecutive year they have earned Elearning! Magazine’s Best of Elearning! Awards.
Articulate won in multiple categories including:
This year Elearning! Magazine collected approximately 1750 nominations over the three month balloting period.
“Given the number of nominations, to earn an Award of Excellence is quite an honor,” says Catherine Upton, Elearning! Media Group’s publisher. “And, to be named a category winner is a true testament to the vendor’s product and service excellence.”
“Once again, we are delighted in being recognized by the readers of Elearning! Magazine as an industry leader” said Mark Schwartz, executive vice president, Articulate. “We take great pride in developing the very best experience for our customers whether they are using Articulate software to develop engaging e-learning courses or leveraging the resources in our wildly popular E-Learning Heroes community. We are grateful for the continuing acknowledgement.”
The Best of Elearning! award-winners were announced at the Enterprise Learning! Conference & Expo on September 28th and will be featured in the 2011 Best of Elearning! Awards issues of Elearning! and Government Elearning! magazines.
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