2018 Learning! 100 Award Notification

Congratulations! You have been named a 2018 Learning! 100 Award Winner. 

Your organization will be honored in the Learning! 100 Awards Edition of Elearning! Magazine Sept 2018 and various activities over the next 12 months.

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We invite you to nominate your solution provider for 2018 Best of Elearning! using the ballot below. Note, only one product can be nominated in one category so select the category carefully. (Think Academy Awards!)

To validate your ballot, use an organization domain email address. Votes posted using gmail, aol, cox, etc or personalized email addresses will be nullified.

Thank you for participating!

 

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I. Learning and Talent Management Solutions

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1.  Best Learning Management System (SaaS, Cloud-Based, or Open-Source Only)

To qualify for this category, all nominated solutions must be available as a standalone solution for a fee or as an open source solution. If the LMS/TMS is bundled with content or learning tools & not sold as a stand alone product, place in Other Learning Platform below.

Company:
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2. Best Learning Management System (Enterprise-based, behind the firewall)

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3. Best Learning Content Management System (All platforms)

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4. Best Other Learning Platform (Software may have LMS/LCMS functions hosted within content like micro or video learning, authoring functions or digital desktops.)

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5. Best Talent Management System (Software must host two or more of the following: Performance, Recruiting, Compensation, Learning & Development.)

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II. Best HR/Talent Solutions Platforms

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6. Best HCM Platform (Software/Technology that offers at least 3 of the following: L&D, Performance, Workforce Management, Analytics, HRIS, Compensation.  Excludes LMS & TMS Brands)

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7. Recognition  & Rewards

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8. Sales Enablement Solution

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Content

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9. Best Content Aggregator Provider (including off-the-shelf, MOOC, content library, etc.) Content offered must be in muliptle content areas. Single subject providers should be nominated under the single subject area only.

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10. Best IT Content

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11. Best Leadership Development Program

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12. Best Soft Skills Content

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13. Best Compliance Program

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14. Best Sales Training

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E-learning Solutions

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15. Best E-Learning Development Tool

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16. Best Simulation Development Tool

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17. Best Gamification Solution

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18. Best Video Capture/Publishing Solution

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19. Best Testing & Assessment Tool

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Collaboration

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20. Best Social Learning (Collaboration) Solution

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21. Best Mobile Authoring Solution

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22. Best Web Seminar Solution

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23. Best Virtual Classroom

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24. Best Virtual Learning Environment (i.e. virtual world, 3D, virtual events platform, etc.)

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25. Best Emerging Learning Solution ie. AI, AR/VR, Machine Learning

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Learning Services

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26. Best Translation & Localization Services

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27. Best Outsourced Learning Services

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28. Best Open Source Solutions (Any Category)

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Ballot Validation

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Insufficient training and development is cited by senior executives as the #2 reason for leadership derailment. Today’s individual contributors cannot predict when they will experience their first leadership opportunity. Having more individuals at all levels who are prepared with foundational leadership development opens a wider talent pool in the moment of need.

the new Skillsoft Leadership Development Program features 100 percent scenario-based course content, covering 20 of today’s most critical competencies for leading with a digital mind-set. The courses support the following new competencies for leading in the digital economy:

  • The Agile Leader: Perseverance and Flexibility
  • Leading Virtually
  • Leading Innovation
  • Leading Through the Challenge of Change
  • Embracing Diversity in Leadership
  • Leading with Digital Technology
  • Leading Through Disruption
  • Computational and Cognitive Thinking
  • Leading a Customer-Centric Culture
  • The courses average 45-60 minutes and feature a state-of-the-art learning design and scenario-based approach with hundreds of tools, resources and other content for further learning, reflection, and application. 

    Learn more -- http://learn.skillsoft.com/SKL-ENTSMB-NAFY18-Website-Percipio-Free-Trial-Register.html

    The Learning Accelerator (TLA) and Yet Analytics  launched the Learning Commons, a free, open site where educators can search for resources provided by different learning content providers, educational research institutions, professional development organizations, and school districts to find the professional learning support they need to implement blended and personalized learning in their classrooms.

    “Organizations across the field are developing terrific, high-quality resources to help educators make the shift to blended and personalized learning, but practitioners need more help finding those resources,” said TLA CEO Beth Rabbitt. “The Learning Commons is a shared online space where educators, teachers, designers, and leaders can discover, save, and share ideas, tools, and open content curated by a wide range of experts.”

    Learn more -- https://www.yetanalytics.com/blog/the-learning-accelerator-and-yet-analytics-launch-the-learning-commons?

    Apple announced the launch of many educational products and applications at their Chicago event. Announcements were made around learning apps and iPad strategy.

    Apps can make the difference in education. These new applications are giving people a platform to create on, from students to teachers, and ultimately creating more engaging and hands on experiences. The eBook app, which is part of Pages and is called Digital Books in new iOS parlance, allows users to create multimedia books just as they would create regular documents. The app also supports group editing and multiple templates allow you to flow images and text into the app seamlessly.

    The company also unveiled a new feature in its learn-to-code app Swift Playgrounds, that will help teach a younger generation of iOS developers how to build AR-enabled apps. Now Apple wants to encourage novice developers to get into AR, too.  The app ships with several basic coding lessons and challenges with a more graphical and engaging interface. It’s also distributed as an iPad app.

    “It's clear that Apple is making a serious push toward gamifying the classroom,” reported Matias Rodriguez, VP of Technology Gaming Studio at Globant. It's great to see how technology can be used to facilitate learning and create an enriching environment for students to build new skills in a way that also gets them excited.

    It will be interesting to see how AR and VR will play a role in these new technologies given the potential for them to further enhance training and provide opportunities to learn in a new environment.  “Putting forth the ARKit, will enable kids to learn by doing, rather than just getting information thrown at them,” concluded Rodriquez.

    Apple has been present in the University ecosystem for a long time. But Google’s Chrome Book has 60% of this sector according to TechCrunch. Apple must reenergize their play and apps may be the way.

    Learn more -- https://www.apple.com/apple-events/march-2018/

     

    Online learning is growing at a staggering pace and all set to clock USD 240 billion by 2023, thanks to the innumerable advantages it offers to trainers and online instructors. Although the figures are promising and a reason to rejoice for most online trainers, there is also a reason to worry. Counterintuitive, Isn’t it? As more and more trainers join the eLearning bandwagon, the expectations of learners are also on a constant rise. In other words, the courses that you create will now compete with hundreds and thousands of similar courses. Even if you are a professional who is not into selling courses, bland online courses can still cause learner dropouts to hurt your professional image. Luckily, there’s is a way out. Start creating “meaningful” learning experiences. If you ask what’s meaningful is, it’s anything that invokes the learners’ interests and helps them with their learning goals. Here’s a step-by- step guide that helps both online and corporate trainers to create meaningful experiences for their learners. Take a look.

    1. Think Like a Learner

    If you think like a trainer, you are most likely to forgo the learners’ requirements. On the other hand, thinking like a learner gives you insights into the type of course that they would love to consume, both on an informational and visual level. Imagine creating a basic course for an advanced learner or vice-versa. Needless to say, such an approach would definitely defeat the purpose. Consider these questions:

    What’s the skill level of the learner: Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced
    What are the goals that your training module is trying to meet: Only training or something more specific like exam preparation or internal compliance
    What contents would appeal the most: Plain text, visuals, graphics or videos
    Who is your audience: Students, Corporates or Independent Learners

    Once you start creating slides or modules, ask these questions to get more insights into the learners’ needs and pain areas:

    Is this something I would like to learn?
    Is it better than my competition?
    Does it explains complex concepts quickly?

    2. Focus on Structure

    Your eLearning course is like a puzzle. All scattered pieces when joined together must build a coherent story. If multiple teams are working together for creation, you need to steer clear of coherence and consistency problems. For instance, while creating an online course on writing; a trainer must follow a structure like this:

    What is Writing
    The common mistakes in writing online content
    How you can become a good blog writer
    A few examples

    Flipping the structure leaves you with something like this:
    A few examples
    The common mistakes in writing online content
    What is Writing
    How you can become a good blog writer

    Lost its meaning completely, isn’t it? So, make sure you place all the pieces of the puzzle which is your eLearning course, together. You are most likely to feel confused about close calls, so get your course reviewed for structure and coherence before it goes live on internal or ecommerce platforms.

    3. Craft Ultra Short Modules

    Imagine a learner trying to grasp a four-hour module in a single stretch. Sounds intimidating? Even if it’s the best learning course ever created on the planet, your learners might be struggling to navigate through it. Given that everyone has a unique and diverse learning style, your training course must appeal to each one of them. Most learners like to jot down the key points on a notepad or elsewhere so that they can consume information in bits and pieces on their way to the office or class. Moreover, if someone wants to revisit a concept in the middle of a lengthy course; hitting the playback button time and again can cause immense frustration. Allow your learners to absorb information into their long-term memory, which is only possible with highly-effective, short modules. Remember that the average attention span of a human mind is only 9 seconds, let alone attend a training course for two hours at a stretch.

    Creating ultra-short courses spanning 7 or 10 minutes can end the learner burnout.
    Learners can consume information at their own pace and get fully immersed in the
    contents of that module. They can pause after consuming a slide and get started
    with the other without feeling overwhelmed or burned out.

    4. Create Pit Stops in Between

    No matter how intriguing your training course is, learners can still lose interest in between. Blame it on information overload or a million other things pulling their attention, your training creation efforts go down the drain. If your eLearning content is a “bait”, here’s the hook:

    Surveys
    Quizzes
    Questionnaires
    Gamification

    Quizzes and questionnaires allow a learner to recapture or revise the concepts in the modules, thereby creating a sense of accomplishment. When learners get rewarded with a 10/10 or an A+, that sense of reward triggers dopamine secretion in the brain. As Psychology Today suggests, this sensation can trigger dopamine secretion in the brain, which in turn recharges and motivates the learners to continue the course without feeling lost or exhausted. You can try drag and drop, multiple choice and True-False type quizzes to assess learner knowledge at regular intervals in the entire eLearning content. You can also rely on gamification to help learners absorb complex or tricky concepts in a simplified manner. Although there is no thumb rule to sprinkle quizzes and surveys, try them every second or third slide and compare reports on user engagement.

    5. Pay Attention to Voice-Overs

    Do you think informative content is enough for a gratifying learning experience? If the answer is “YES”, think twice. Although the course contents are pivotal to a course’s success, it’s only a tip of the iceberg. The way in which your course is presented can leave a “strong” or “feeble” impression on the learners’ mind. Now, what exactly is the “way”? It constitutes:

    Tone
    Pitch
    Volume
    Pace

    The quality of voice-overs injects a personality to any training course that persuades the learners to continue without breaking a sweat. First, make sure the voice-overs used in delivering e-learning content is crystal clear so that learners can understand the concepts in a single go. Second, the pitch of the voice-over should follow the dynamics of language, if it’s not instructor led. 

    Thinking what dynamics are? Say the word hello to 10 people and notice their pitch and tone. Same message, different tones, and style. Follow a normal pace in voice- overs, which is neither too slow nor too fast. Try out masculine and feminine voice- overs and reach out to your circle to learn what works and what not.

    6. Spark Core Human Emotions

    Your elearning course should resemble a Hollywood flick like Die Hard or The Pursuit of Happiness. Sounds Stupid? Here’s the ground reality: People want to learn through courses, but it’s your job to keep them sticking for long enough. A dry course won’t grab attention for long. Instead, learners will complete the course for the sake of doing and continue with their lives. Scenario-based training that are power-packed with persuasive elements such as storytelling and empathy captivates the readers, thereby boosting their motivation and knowledge retention.
    Every word that’s spoken out in your learning module should trigger one or the other emotions like:

    Fear
    Urgency
    Happiness
    FOMO (Fear of Missing Out)

    You can also bank on any of these core human emotions to create a training course that stands out in a crowded marketplace.

    7. Inject Visual Appeal

    Visuals can create an effect that plain words or large chunks of text can’t do. As the human brain is wired to process and absorb images faster, visuals can help you create compelling eLearning content. Not only the content looks more appealing but is also absorbed by the brain better. On top of that, visuals also strike an emotional connection with the learner; which can prove out handy in boosting course engagement and reducing learner dropouts. Use plenty of images, screenshots, GIFs and even cartoon characters to create a memorable learning experience for your
    learners.

    eLearning is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

    Anyone who is into creating online courses already knows that creating quality online courses is not an overnight task. Even when learners are a part of a virtual classroom, they still require that traditional touch for an immersive and relevant learning experience. For that to happen, you must always stay in touch with your learners through webinars. To further their learning curve, you must also ask for constant feedback that can be incorporated to revitalize the training courses. Form groups to encourage discussions and knowledge sharing and soon your courses will outperform your competition.

    Author Bio:
    Kamy Anderson is an ed-tech enthusiast with a passion for writing on emerging technologies in the areas of corporate training and education. He is an expert in learning management system & elearning authoring tools - currently associated with ProProfs.

     

     

    Speakers: Catherine Upton, Publisher, Elearning! Media Group
    Andra Popescu, Senior Advisory Consultant, D2L 

    As the need to deliver targeted training programs increases, learning and development professionals are constantly faced with the challenge of engaging employees while meeting business needs. Join this webcast to learn more about a holistic approach you can use to deliver an engaging modern learning experience in a way that also achieves a significant return on investment.

    During the session you will learn how to:

    • Develop the vision for delivering engaging learning programs
    • Leverage a proven framework to build an internal business case
    • Increase learner adoption and achieve on business objectives

    Sponsored by D2L.

    Bio: Andra Popescu is a Senior Advisory Consultant with deep expertise in Change Management and Leadership Development practices. She’s spent over 7 years proving strategic, innovative, research-driven solutions for corporate executives in a variety of industries. Andra holds an Honors Bachelor of Sciences degree from McMaster University and an MBA with focus in Strategy and Brand Management from Ryerson University.

     

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    ELC Abstract Submissions Close May 1st, 2018

    Elearning! Media Group, hosts of Enterprise Learning! Events, announced today a call for papers for the Enterprise Learning! Conference 2018 (ELC18). ELC10 Call for Paper submissions will be accepted until May 1st, 2018.

    Enterprise Learning! Conference 2018 (ELC18) hosts the exclusive Learning & Workplace Technology Conference for corporate, government and higher education executives. ELC18 provides executives an engaged environment to network, share and learn from leaders of the world’s top organizations. Featuring cutting edge research, Learning! 100 and Learning! Champion award winners, and expert learning technologists, this is the “must attend” forum for learning and performance executives.  Join the dialog as a conference presenter by submitting a call for paper by May 1st at: http://www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56994-enterprise-learning-conference-call-for-papers

               

    “Learning challenges have never been greater than now,” attests Catherine Upton, Conference Chair and Group Publisher, Elearning! Media Group, “We are seeing a massive transition in the workplace from millennials to automation and AI. How we deliver learning is shifting as well as the ecosystems that support it. Plus, the disruption from automation and AI will erase about 370 million jobs. This talent needs to be retrained and redeployed to new emerging roles. This is where L&D can lead the charge,” concludes Upton.

     

    Since 2008, the Enterprise Learning! Events is the event where top global learning leaders confront business challenges such as these, share advice and strategize. 

     

    The Business of Learning

    ELC18 conference features four distinct tracks supporting the theme of “The Business of Learning.” They focus on strategy, best practices and technologies that drive business impact. The tracks are:

     

    1.     Best Practices of the Engaged Workforce

    Employee engagement is a top business objective among CEOs. Presenters should focus on topics like how learning leaders can impact engagement; how engagement is measured; how engagement impacts business performance, retention and culture. Research and case studies should point to convincing evidence and best practices to share with the executive audience. 

    2.     Future Workforce Talent Strategies  

    More than 370 million jobs will be displaced due to automation and Artificial Intelligence. Yet, 80% of CEOs plan to retrain and redeploy this talent. Learning & Development leaders will drive this important transition. Presenters should address how L&D can lead this transition; and how to plan for this disruption and strategies to futureproof the talent pipeline.

    3.     Learning Ecosystem Evolution

    Millennials make up a majority of the workforce; their communication and learning preferences are shifting learning practices and the supporting ecosystems. Add emerging technologies like AI, machine learning, AR, and VR to today’s mobile, virtual and video platforms, and witness a reimagined learning ecosystem.  Presentations are invited on the emerging ecosystems; how to personalize learning, tap predictive analytics and leverage immersive learning; and how cognitive and data driven intelligent systems are evolving.

     4.     The Business Impact of Learning

    Talent management and L&D have vital roles to fuel the high-performance enterprise.  Presenters can focus on which learning initiatives have greatest impact; how to measure business impact; and how to make the case for L&D investments. Plus, how do leaders tap data and analytics to prove business impact.

     

    To submit a paper, do so by May 1st for consideration  at: http://www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56994-enterprise-learning-conference-call-for-papers

    The ELC18 Audience

    ELC18 is host of the 2018 Learning! 100 and Learning! Champion Awards honoring the top 100 learning organizations and those making extraordinary contributions to the learning industry. Attendees herald from Amazon Web Services, AT&T, NASCAR, Dept. of Defense, T-Mobile, and others.  Attendees are management level professionals charged with driving business impact via learning & workplace technologies. Each manages enterprise learning budgets up to $5.8 million annually and have an active learning and workplace technology initiatives.

    Selection Process

    The ELC18 Conference Advisory Committee will review all completed submissions received on or before May 1st, 2018.  Submissions must align with ELC18 themes and provide actionable content for real-world application. Vendors may submit proposals but will be subject to an additional sponsor fee.  Each accepted submission will be contacted by May 15th.

    Submit your paper at:  http://www.2elearning.com/rss2/item/56994-enterprise-learning-conference-call-for-papers

    About Elearning! Media Group

    Elearning! Media Group is owned by B2B Media Group LLC. Elearning! Media Group consists of twelve media products including: Elearning! Magazine, Government Elearning! E-Magazine, e-mail newsletters, Alerts, 2elearning.com, Elearning! Web Seminars Series, the Enterprise Learning! Conference. Elearning! Media Group serves the $243 billion learning & workplace technology market.  Suppliers and practitioners can follow us: online at www.2elearning.com; on Twitter: 2elearning or #ELC17 or #VLS15; via Facebook: Elearning!-Magazine or LinkedIn: Elearning! Magazine Network or Elearning! Summit or Enterprise Learning! Conference.

    Enterprise Learning! Events
    The Enterprise Learning! Events bring onsite and online audiences together to learn, network and share. Mark your calendar for Enterprise Learning! Conference 2018, the exclusive learning and workplace technology marketplace, September 2018. Enterprise Learning! Conference hosts a Celebration of Excellence with the Learning! 100 Award Reception & Learning! Champion Awards. For more information about the Enterprise Learning! Conference visit http://www.elceshow.com after April 15th, 2018. Learn more at:  http://www.2elearning.com/events 

     

     

    Award Honors Top Learning Organizations for Innovation, Collaboration and High Performance

    Elearning! Media Group, publishers of Elearning! Magazine and Government Elearning! Magazine announced the 2018 Learning! 100 Award Call for Applications deadline has been extended to April 15th. The annual award program honors public and private sector organizations for innovation, collaboration and learning culture that drives performance. Applications can be submitted at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Learning100


    “The Learning! 100 award winners are an elite team of high performers. This is your team’s opportunity to join the exclusive Learning! 100 club by applying online before April 15th. The process takes only 20 minutes,” shared Catherine Upton, Group Publisher of Elearning! Media Group. “Learning is at the core of their success. Every Learning! 100 winner inspires us with their innovation, passion and performance.”

    Previous Learning! 100 honorees include T-Mobile, Amazon Web Services, American Heart Association, Salesforce, NASCAR, Defense Acquisition University, and Scripps Health to name a few.

    Are You a Learning! 100?
    In its 8th year, the Learning! 100 Award call for nominations is now open. Elearning! Media Group, host of the Learning! 100 Award, invites all organizations, small and large, private or public sector to apply. The process is easy via an online application. There is no entry fee for public sector submissions. Corporate enterprises invest only $295 to apply, which includes the trophy and ticket to the awards event, if selected as a Learning! 100 winner.

    Learning! 100 applications are evaluated on three sets of criteria: (1) Learning Culture Index developed by The Darden School, (2) Collaborative Strategies’ Collaboration TCEP Index and (3) Overall Organizational Performance. The Learning! 100 awards committee reviews all applications which are scored and ranked. The 2018 Learning! 100 applications must be submitted by April 15th, 2018 for consideration at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Learning100


    Important Dates
    Web Seminars & Sessions
    Learning! 100 Call for Applications Feb 1st – April 15th, 2018
    Learning! 100 Winner Notifications May 30th, 2018
    Learning! 100 Awards Issue Deadline July 1st, 2018
    Learning! 100 Awards Reception September 10th, 2018
    Learning! 100 Winner Articles, Aug 2018-July 2019

    Previous Winners

    The Learning! 100 winners have much to share with the learning community including:

    “I’m truly honored that ASAE University was recognized for its online programs,” said ASAE Vice President of Online Learning Tammy Blosil. “We always strive to create courses that will advance members’ knowledge as well as provide tools and resources they can share and utilize in their organizations.”

    "Our customers' success is everything to us. Seeing Amazon Web Services, Ingersoll Rand and T-Mobile get recognized for their dedication, hard work and accomplishment - and knowing that our solutions are contributing to their success - is an immensely rewarding experience," says Walter Rogers, CEO of CCI and BCI.

    “Being ranked in the top 20 is an honor for our organization, and demonstrates that although we are a rather small, privately held organization, we can play with the likes of Salesforce, Facebook, Amazon, and Cisco,” stated Anne Yarmark, EVP of HR & Administration, Choice Logistics, Inc.

    “Elearning! Media Group (EMG) announced their annual Learning! 100 awards, ranking the top 100 learning and development programs in the private and public sectors,” reported Tom Cunningham, Vice President, Global Sales On-boarding, Skillsoft. “Along with the dozens of Skillsoft customers that made the list, we are very excited to be named the #17 corporate enterprise honoree for the success of our Sales Onboarding Program!”

    “What a great experience – I was humbled to be in the same room as such thought leaders. The TSA thoroughly inspected the gorgeous piece of crystal carefully wrapped in the middle of my suitcase! I hope they enjoyed it half as much as I do.” – Gail Scripko, Training Director, Godiva Chocolatiers.

    To learn more about the Learning! 100 Award and prior honorees, visit: http://www.2elearning.com/awards/learning-100-awards

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    Curveball Printed Media launched their WIFI enabled video brochures with Android Operating System and touch-screen user interface.

    Adam Hazelwood, their CEO, stated, “The second generation of video brochures has arrived. Our customers can now update brochures already in the hands of their customer by uploading content over the internet using a desktop app’”.

    This advance in technology expands the scope of video brochures into sectors such as training, education, customer communications and market research. Hazelwood went on the say “Not only is it environmentally sound to refresh content over the internet, it saves our clients a huge amount of money and opens doors to a broader audience.”

    The new WIFI enabled brochure has the functionality of the Android OS at its fingertips, the touch-screen acting as the user interface in the same way it does on a smart-phone or tablet. This evolves the product from an essentially dumb terminal to a branded communications device at a fraction of the cost of an iPad.

    Hazelwood concluded “The possibilities for this platform are endless. Initially we see early adoption from areas where relevant content is fast moving such as large organization training and the real estate sector.” charity auction”.

    For more information visit: http://www.curveballprintedmedia.com/wifi-video-brochures/

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