The Agylia Learning Management System (LMS) has been recognised as a world’s Top 3 Mobile LMS and Top 3 Social LMS by leading analyst, Craig Weiss, as part of the 2017 Top 50 LMSs Report – beating over 1,000 different LMSs to the coveted positions.
“We are delighted to be named as a Top 3 Mobile LMS for the second year in a row. To receive the Top 3 Social LMS accolade too is a great achievement and underlines Agylia’s lead in this vital and growing area. Agylia is designed for today’s mobile-centric world where mobiles and tablets are the go-to devices for people to access information and to engage in online social activities,” said Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia.
The Agylia LMS is a mobile, flexible and global solution that provides organisations with a modern platform to manage and deliver their digital learning and performance support programmes. Agylia has particular strengths in socially engaging microlearning programmes and empowers learners by enabling them to access eLearning, microlearning, videos, performance support resources and action based learning in one powerful, responsive learner portal, that’s fully mobile and accessible anywhere.
Using the range of native Agylia mobile learning Apps for iOS and Android devices, learners can download the digital learning and support materials they need, ready for access at the point of need on their own mobile devices – even while offline.
Enhanced social learning features – available via the Agylia LMS and mobile learning Apps – including content ranking, discussion forums and user generated content uploading, enables learners to share their knowledge and experiences with one another – encouraging engagement and adoption of content.
Commenting on Agylia’s Top 3 Mobile LMS and Top 3 Social LMS awards, Craig Weiss, CEO and Lead Analysts at The Craig Weiss Group said, “I believe that social engagement plays a vital role in online learning, which Agylia infuses throughout their product… the integration of social with mobile, standout as drivers in social learning.”
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