CrossKnowledge Named to "2013 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies List" by Trainingindustry.com
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PARIS, October 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
For the second consecutive year CrossKnowledge, a world leader in the field of distance learning solutions, has been selected by Trainingindustry.com to appear on its 2013 Top20 Learning PortalCompanies List. This recognition confirms CrossKnowledge's position as one of the world's leading e-learning providers.
CrossKnowledge fulfilled all the criteria for the Top20 Learning PortalCompanies List. Release 13.1 of the CrossKnowledge Learning Suite, available in SaaS mode and cloud-based, is the only technology on the market that features exclusive nativelearning formats and whichinterfaceswith mostIT systems, intranetsand talent management solutions. The latest release offers majorinnovations designed to optimize the use of on-line solutions.
"We're proud to have been selected because it shows thatourdevelopment strategyis well-founded.Wecontinue to innovateto keepup withchanginglearningcultures,offeringorganizations a technological platformthat provides a stimulating learner experienceand an enhancedrelationship with learners," says Steve Fiehl, Chief Innovation Officer at CrossKnowledge.
Selection of the Top 20 Learning Portal Companies list was based on the following criteria:
CrossKnowledge is a leader in cloud-based distance learning solutions. Our full SaaS solutions are based on exclusive learning technologies, amongst the most sought after content in the world and a range of accompanying services. CrossKnowledge's solutions enable fast workforce empowerment and global strategic alignment, guaranteeing a unique learning experience for the individual and a real return on investment for the organization.
CrossKnowledge's learning content and formats are developed in collaboration with an international 'Faculty', comprising the best authors, professors and Management professionals from the most renowned Business Schools in the world. CrossKnowledge has created the CrossKnowledge Academy in order to formalize and share its expertise in instructional design and deployment with its clients via certification programs.
CrossKnowledge operates worldwide and serves companies including global enterprises, mid-sized companies and the education sector spanning more than 4 million users.
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