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Vote for SumTotal in the 2019 Elearning! Annual Awards

August 22, 2019 | by SumTotal Blog

We want your vote.

The Best of Elearning! Awards are now in their 15th year. These Elearning! Magazine users’ choice awards program annually recognizes best-in-class solution providers. In 2019 there are 27 different categories, with SumTotal featuring in two.

Within the learning and development industry, these awards hold a special place because it is customers, the very people using the products and services daily, who determine the winners. Yes, winners are selected based solely on customer feedback from learning professionals from both the private and public sector. We see such an extraordinary endorsement as proof that our hard work is paying off, that we are producing the learning experiences that are transforming the organizations and careers.

SumTotal is up for an award in the following categories:

Voting is easy and takes just a few minutes. Just click here, scroll to the relevant category and enter SumTotal, the product you are recognizing and a sentence or two explaining why and hit submit.

Here’s what the form looks like.

Voting closes on Sunday, September 1.

The winners will be revealed in the November/December issue of Elearning! Magazine and then announced at the Best of Elearning! Awards broadcast.

Thank you.

The SumTotal team

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