Tovuti Awarded Easiest To Do Business With by G2
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Tovuti was recently awarded Expert's Choice by FinancesOnline.
Tovuti was recently awarded Great User Experience by FinancesOnline.
Tovuti was recently awarded Best User Experience by eLearning Industry.
Tovuti was recently awarded Best Customer Experience by eLearning Industry.
Tovuti was a finalist to win the EdTech Cool Tool Awards for Authoring Tools Solution.
Tovuti was recently awarded placement in GetApp’s Category Leaders for LMS and Training Software!
Tovuti Awarded Best Functionality & Features for an LMS by GetApp
Tovuti Awarded Most Recommended Learning Management System (LMS) by Software Advice.
Tovuti Awarded Best Value Learning Management System (LMS) by Capterra.
Tovuti Awarded Best Ease of Use Learning Management System (LMS) by Capterra.
Tovuti LMS is excited to announce we have been ranked as a Top 10 Top Learning Management System (LMS) by Software Research.
Our Tovuti team is incredibly proud of what we have accomplished this year. And the story gets even better. Our latest honor recognizes our place as an industry leader and underscores our passion for providing the highest level of service to our clients.
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Tovuti was recently featured on the front page of the Idaho Business Review. The article, which discusses Tovuti's plan to disrupt the $90 billion corporate training industry, comes on the heels of Tovuti CEO Troy McClain being chosen by the publication as one of its nine CEOs of Influence for 2019.
Learning Management Systems are creating a flurry of news. Take a look at this roundup of 10 of the top articles in the LMS/LXP/EdTech industry during the past week:
It’s our belief that you should always be learning and it should always be fun. A great learning experience will dictate how much information someone retains and how long they will retain it for. So, what makes a great learning experience?
Running a business, whether big or small, entails a lot of sacrifices and risks. Every owner or COO knows how hard it is to keep the business up and running. For some small businesses, budgets are very tight, and oftentimes employees do multiple roles that are far from their area of expertise just to ensure the business continues.
Whether you are training a new sales team member, educating students on 18th century fashion or walking a customer through how to better use your products, the goal is the same: You want the information you are delivering to be understood, retained and even implemented.
Tovuti, the nation’s fast-growing learning experience platform, today announced that its CEO, Troy McClain, has been honored as a top CEO for the state of Idaho by the Idaho Business Review.
Just this month Tovuti founder and CEO Troy McClain has already been featured in two national publications, UpJourney and CBNation.
For businesses in this kind of situation, the commitment to invest time and money for training is the least of their priorities. However, the effects of lack of training for employees can be more harmful to the business in the long run, causing severe impact on employee performance, financial turnover, and the ability to attract and retain employees.