7 Straight Years: Articulate Wins Best of Elearning

Sep292011
Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company, E-Learning Industry

Elearning Magazine Best of 2011 Winner For the seventh year in a row, Articulate authoring tools have been named Best of Elearning in the annual Elearning! Magazine readers’ choice awards.

In this year’s 2011 survey, Articulate earned the top spot in two categories:

Articulate Presenter ’09 also earned an Award of Excellence in the Best Rapid Development Tool and Best Presentation Tool categories.

The Elearning! Magazine Group received 1,750 nominations for 56 products across 20 categories.

“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.”

Thank you, Articulate Community, for your support. And stay tuned … the future of innovative elearning solutions is going to be even brighter.

3 responses to “7 Straight Years: Articulate Wins Best of Elearning”

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Congratulations Articulate! You’ve done a great job building a great product and creating a great “give back” community. Kudos to you!

claire // Posted at 5:17 pm on September 29th, 2011
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Thanks for the kind words, Claire, and thanks for being part of the community!

gabe // Posted at 5:59 pm on September 29th, 2011
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