Articulate Wins Best of Elearning 6th Year in a Row

Nov112010
Written by Gabe Anderson — Posted in Company, E-Learning Industry

Elearning Magazine Best of 2010 Winner For the sixth consecutive year, Articulate products have been named Best of Elearning in the annual Elearning! Magazine readers’ choice awards.

In this year’s 2010 survey, Articulate earned the top spot in five categories, the most in a single year and more than any other company. We’re really honored and appreciate the support.

Our products won in these categories:

Articulate Online was also named a finalist in the Best Learning Management System category.

This year, the Elearning! Magazine Group received 1,730 nominations, consistent with last year’s program, making each category very competitive. Sixty-five individual products are honored, of which 18% are new to their category.

“These awards continue to recognize innovation and user satisfaction across a growing number of solution providers,” reports Jerry Roche, editorial director of the Elearning! Magazine Group.

The complete readers’ choice survey results will be featured in the Elearning! Magazine and Government Elearning! Magazine, to be published in December 2010.

Thank you again, Articulate Community, for your vote of confidence. We couldn’t do it without you, and look forward to sharing the future of innovative elearning solutions with you.

1 response to “Articulate Wins Best of Elearning 6th Year in a Row”

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Well done everyone at Articulate. It’s a well deserved award, not just for an excellent product, but also to a support community that is second to none. I’m eagerly anticipating the new version!

Mike Highfield // Posted at 10:27 am on November 12th, 2010

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