Tampa, FL (PRWEB) May 15, 2014
Talented Learning, a learning technology news, research and consulting company, has named eLogic Learning’s learning management system a top highlight of the ASTD 2014 International Conference and Exposition. The conference took place from May 4-7 in Washington, D.C. and over 300 learning solutions providers were in attendance at the exposition.
John Leh, CEO and Joelle Girton, Editor-in-Chief of Talented Learning, spent time at the exposition speaking to numerous vendors about the capabilities their learning technology solutions can offer training managers in extended enterprise. Leh cites the eLogic eSSential LMS as a top take-a-way for training administrators due to its flexible and easy-to-use features. Leh also notes the LMS is extremely configurable, which means administrators have control over the system’s appearance as well as the user’s experience.
The full article can be found on the Talented Learning website.
About eLogic Learning
Founded in 2001, eLogic Learning is an industry leader in learning solutions and technology. The eSSential LMS platform is SCORM-certified by the ADL and currently has over five million users. With the eSSential LMS, training and development professionals have the flexibility to deliver training in any format to any device. eLogic puts control in the hands of administrators with the most configurable features in a learning management system. eLogic also offers expertise in custom course development, helping clients create courses that align perfectly to their needs delivered seamlessly through eSSential. Using an all-inclusive, customer-focused approach, eLogic partners with clients to ensure the success of their training and development initiatives.
About Talented Learning
Talented Learning is a news, research and consulting organization dedicated to the advancement of all aspects of extended enterprise learning technology solutions. Talented Learning publishes eLearning news, vendor reviews, case studies, articles, education and best practices that are useful to professionals involved in channel, franchise, customer, association and public sector eLearning. You can follow Talented Learning’s research at http://www.TalentedLearning.com or on Twitter @TalentedLearn.