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eThink Education is Awarded a Training Magazine Choice Award for Best LMS

By November 19, 2020 No Comments

eThink Education, a Certified Premium Moodle™ Partner and Platinum Totara Partner, was selected by the Training Magazine community as one of the Top LMS solutions on the market for the second year in a row. The Training Magazine Network (TMN) is a free professional education community that has over 172,000 members. The community casted their votes for the vendor partners that they believe have the most effective tools and solutions in six categories. Scores for the awards are tallied based both on the total number of votes received for a solution and the average weighted score of those votes.

Being awarded a position on the Top LMS list means that professionals in the training and L&D community see eThink as a highly effective solution that is set apart from others on the market. With even higher importance placed on technology solutions due to the pandemic, this year’s Training Magazine Awards drew more voting and interest from across the country.

“With this being only the second year for the Training Magazine Network Choice Awards, we were thrilled that we doubled the number of votes and unique respondents,” says Training Magazine Publisher Lori Gardner. “This was such an important year to let the training and learning community share with one another about the products and tools that help them accomplish their work. And, in turn, to create a positive way to appreciate the vendors who so quickly adapted to meet new needs and demands.”

“We are honored to be recognized for this award by the Training Magazine Network,” said Brian Carlson, CEO & Co-Founder of eThink Education. “Our goal is always to make the lives of our clients easier and to streamline their learning platform experience, so it is great to hear directly from the community that our platforms are making an impact on their work. ”

To see the impact that eThink’s LMS solutions have had on their clients, explore their case studies.

This press release was originally published on Learning News.