eLogic Learning Recognized in the 2012 “Top Ten” LMS List by eLearning 24/7

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eSSential Learning Management System makes big strides in 2012.

"What I like most about the eLogic system is its harmonious approach. A perfect balance of features, design and service,"
says Craig Weiss of eLearning 24/7. "Rarely do systems achieve the real goal of learning - with the learner in mind."

Each year, eLearning 24/7, an industry leading e-learning analyst, reviews the top performing Learning Management System (“LMS”) providers in the industry and reports on the Top 25. eLogic Learning (http://www.elogiclearning.com), a leading provider of learning and development solutions is pleased to announce that they have been selected as one of the 2012 Top 10 Learning Management Systems by eLearning 24/7 in their annual listing of the Top 25 Learning Management Systems. eLogic advanced to the top ten based on several factors including enhanced, feature rich functionality, a friendly user and administrator UI, easy advanced reporting, support excellence and overall ease of use.

"What I like most about the eLogic system is its harmonious approach. A perfect balance of features, design and service," says Craig Weiss of eLearning 24/7. "Rarely do systems achieve the real goal of learning - with the learner in mind. With this system, the learner is front and center. Plus it doesn't hurt to have an outstanding feature set, crisp design and elite service. A link to the report is included below.

http://elearninfo247.com/2012/12/12/10-to-1-lmss-of-2012/?goback=%2Egde_3734743_member_195549716

“The eLogic Team is focused on the pursuit of continuous improvement in our LMS and all our products and services. It’s a great honor to be recognized by eLearning 24/7 as one of the Top Ten Learning Management System solutions. With over 500 providers in the mix, that really means something. This award comes from the feedback we receive from our clients and industry and we thank you for this. You asked for it and we delivered," says Mark Anderson, CEO of eLogic Learning.

About eLogic Learning:
eLogic Learning, headquartered in Tampa, Florida, is an award-winning industry leader in web-based learning management solutions and corporate training services. Currently, there are millions of licensed users of “eSSential”, eLogic’s Learning Management System (LMS). Clients include Bloomin’ Brands, Inc. (parent of Outback Steakhouse, Bonefish Grill, etc.), Primerica, Sage Software, Vitera Healthcare, Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, Cobb Energy, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, MetLife, and many others. The eSSential Platform has been independently reviewed by the ADL to be SCORM-certified, ensuring their clients benefit from all SCORM functionality. eLogic Learning is a Microsoft Certified Partner and ISV.
In addition to its Learning Management System, eLogic Learning develops custom e-Learning content and courses as well as providing an extensive third-party courseware library. eLogic Learning also offers professional services in content strategy and business process change in the development of corporate training programs. eLogic Learning offers its clients a comprehensive turnkey approach to implementing learning strategies.

About eLearning 24/7
Craig Weiss, CEO of eLearning 24/7, is an e-learning analyst, expert, author, speaker and thought leader who has been in the industry for over 13 years. His knowledge and insight in e-learning, mobile and social learning, as well as emerging technology for e-learning, has established him as one of the key voices in online learning. Craig’s forecasts in the e-learning industry since 2010 (when he launched operations) have achieved over a 90% accuracy record. Weiss is the author of E-Learning 24/7 blog and written for numerous publications around the world. He also regularly speaks at conferences, events and companies around the world. His recent presentations included speaking at EduTech in Moscow, Russia (keynote), HP (Hewlett-Packard), Pharmaceutical Institute and Learn X in Melbourne, Australia as a keynote

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