Interactyx Limited is pleased to announce that its eLearning software, TOPYX®, has been named as a "Five Emerging Learning Management Systems (LMSs) to Watch" by the chairman of Brandon Hall Research in Chief Learning Officer magazine's July 2010 edition. Interactyx Limited is the award winning developer of TOPYX®, an affordable eLearning software as a service (SaaS) solution with integrated social learning, mobile learning and eCommerce functionality; fulfilling eLearning needs for business, academic institution or association around the world.
The "Five Emerging LMSs to Watch" article selected TOPYX because of the robust social eLearning and networking tools that are integrated into a traditional the learning management system, thus enhancing the learner's experience unlike other eLearning solutions available today. Brandon Hall, the author of the article, is regarded as a leading independent expert in eLearning, helping organizations make the right decisions about their technology options and opportunities and leads Brandon Hall Research, a leading research firm in the eLearning space.
Alfred R. Novas, Chief Executive Officer of Interactyx Limited stated, “TOPYX has received a lot of attention since our launch early last year: a Best of 2009 award winner, Editor's choice recognition by Elearning! Magazine at the American Society of Training and Development's 2010 International Conference and Exposition, and now as one of five emerging LMSs to watch by Brandon Hall. We are honored to receive this recognition by such a respected eLearning research leader as Brandon Hall. We have a number of exciting enhancements and announcements in the upcoming months that will continue to position our social learning management system as the best value in eLearning today."
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