Top influencer in e-learning ranks Grovo as #10 on list of The Top 50 Learning Systems of 2017
NEW YORK - February 15, 2017- Grovo, a technology company redefining learning for today’s workforce, is proud to announce that Craig Weiss, CEO and Lead Analyst at The Craig Weiss Group and recognized as the #1 influencer in e-learning, has named Grovo a top 10 Learning Management System (LMS) for 2017. Based on an assessment and analysis of 1,000 global vendors, Grovo has been ranked #10 in a new report of the Top 50 LMSs for 2017, as well as #1 in the category of “courseware” learning platforms, providing both innovative content and technology.
“Grovo is honored to be recognized as a leader in workplace learning. It’s a testament to the business impact our microlearning method delivers for our customers every day,” said Jeff Fernandez, CEO, Grovo. “True learning is not just about increasing what people know, but creating a lasting lift in performance. Grovo’s microlearning content and technology work together to deliver an effective, engaging learner experience that matches the pace of business today. We believe it’s the future of learning and development.”
Grovo works with global brands including Chevron, Capital One, Magellen Health, and IHG to deliver transformative microlearning experiences via their award winning platform.
“Workplace learning is undergoing a significant transformation,” said Craig Weiss, CEO and Lead Analyst, The Craig Weiss Group. “Gone are the days is the one-size-fits-all approach to learning. The purpose of this list is to highlight innovative companies who are determining the future of how, when, and what people are learning, today. I look forward to seeing what Grovo has in store for the industry and learners at large.”
The full list of the Top 50 LMSs for 2017 is available to download for purchase here.
For more information, please visit: www.grovo.com.
Grovo is a technology company redefining learning for today’s workforce. Its intuitive learning software, engaging content, and award-winning advisory support creates measurable behavior change at companies around the globe. The heart of Grovo’s method is microlearning -- bite-sized video lessons, exercises and real-world practice delivered in the right way, at the right time. Founded in 2010, Grovo has helped hundreds of thousands of employees improve their performance at organizations like Chevron, Capital One, Magellen Health, and IHG. Grovo’s own culture of learning has earned the company recognition as #2 on Fortune Magazine’s "Best Places to Work" list. Headquartered in NYC, Grovo has raised venture financing from some of the world’s best investors, including Accel Partners. Learn more at www.grovo.com.