360training.com Amongst Training Industries Top 20 Learning Portals for 2015

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For the third year in a row, 360training’s LS360 has been named one of the top 20 learning portals, industry wide, by TrainingIndustry.com.

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Each company selected shows geographic reach, commitment to the corporate training industry, and a strong client base.

TrainingIndustry.com released its Top 20 Learning Portal Companies List for 2015, and for the third year in a row 360training.com is listed among the industry leaders.

According to the company, TrainingIndustry.com creates this annual ranking “as part of its commitment to continuously monitor the training marketplace for the best providers and services,” and uses set criteria points to compile their list.

The first thing companies are judged on is the depth, functionality, and capabilities of their learning portals. Learning Suite 360 (LS360) combines enterprise-grade LCMS, LMS, regulatory, and ecommerce features to cover training needs from course creation (online, webinar, classroom), to course sales, distribution, learner management, tracking, and compliance reporting.

Each company selected shows geographic reach, commitment to the corporate training industry, and a strong client base. 360training.com has worked with over 1500 e-learning providers and has trained more than 4 million users worldwide. Our courses cover more than 15 industries, ranging from environmental health and safety, to real estate, to business skills and professional development.

360training.com has been an innovative leader in the elearning industry, which is also a criterion for each of the Top 20 companies. “Our eLearning Marketplace, which launched in July, has set us apart as an industry leader,” said CEO Ed Sattar. “Crowdsourcing content from leading experts in varying fields allows us to offer the most up-to-date and comprehensive portal to learners world-wide, strengthening our efforts to create learners for life.”

360training.com expanded their commitment to eLearning with the launch of their best-in-class eLearning Marketplace, and by recent expansion efforts to transform traditional classroom courses into instructor-led virtual on-demand classes.

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