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Agylia named World’s #1 Mobile LMS

Agylia named World’s #1 Mobile LMS

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The Agylia Learning Managment System (LMS), has been recognised as the World’s Best Mobile LMS – beating over 690 different LMSs to the coveted position.

In the Top 50 LMSs Report published in February 2016 – leading analyst and the world’s most influential person in corporate eLearning – Craig Weiss, named Agylia as the world’s number 1 mobile LMS.    

“The data shows that agility is an increasing requirement for people who want to use their tablets and smartphones as their preferred way to source and access information – Agylia is designed for this mobile-centric world.”

“In addition to fully supporting traditional online access to digital learning from PCs and laptops, Agylia uses advanced mobile technology to enable organisations to equip and support their learners regardless of their mobile device type, wherever they are in the world,” explained Tim Buff, CEO & Chief Learning Strategist for Agylia.

With the range of native Agylia mobile learning Apps, for iOS, Android and Windows devices, learners can download and access digital learning resources and performance support materials at the point of need – on their own mobile devices.

With true cloud technology at its core, the Agylia LMS is global, scalable and secure. Agylia empowers organisations to quickly and easily schedule, target and deliver many different types of training, reference and support materials. Already in use in some of the largest software, accounting and utility companies in the world, as well as central UK government, Agylia is technically advanced -  but proven at scale in some of the largest and most demanding organisations.

Supporting the latest Experience API as well as traditional SCORM, Agylia enables organisations to track learner interactions with all of their learning, reference and support content - including learning activities outside of the LMS.

Enhanced gamification features, including group leaderboards and achievement awards, encourages engagement and user adoption of content. While Agylia’s social learning features, such as content ranking, discussion forums and user generated content uploading, enable learners to share their knowledge and experiences with one another.

Tim Buff
Author: Tim Buff

This article was published by Tim Buff on 10.02.2016. Tim is CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia. Tim's role is to help people and companies design and implement digital learning strategies - this often involves pushing boundaries to develop innovative and creative solutions.

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