Wilson Learning Wins a Training Magazine Network Choice Award for Custom Content/Program Development
Edina, Minn - January 27, 2020 - Wilson Learning Worldwide announced that it was selected by Training magazine as a winner of the 2019 Training Magazine Network Choice Awards (Custom Content/Program Development category), Training’s inaugural crowd-sourced vendor awards program.
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Training Magazine Network (TMN) is a Training and Learning and Development member community, giving members access to free training tools, webinars, and other valuable resources. In an effort to tap into this highly experienced community’s expertise and “share what works” with all of Training’s audiences, Training invited TMN’s 147,000-plus-member community to cast their votes for the vendor partners they believe provide the most effective tools and solutions for their work, divided into five categories:
- Authoring Tools
- Custom Content/Program Development
- Learning Portal/Learning Management System (LMS)
- Measurement, Testing, and Assessment
“This unique award, driven by Training magazine’s member community, reflects actual customer experience with superior vendor partners. To us, nothing matters more than positive endorsement from our customers,” says Ed Emde, President of Wilson Learning Corporation. “All of us at Wilson Learning are honored to receive this recognition and be selected by the L&D professionals we serve.”
“We like to think of the Training Magazine Network Choice Awards as the ‘Gold Standard of Recognition in the Training Profession,’” says Training magazine Publisher Lori Gardner. “The winners have dedicated a great deal of time and effort to developing innovative products and solutions that enable training professionals to deliver best-in-class learning and development that promotes employee growth and organizational success.”