20 May 2013
Skillsoft has been awarded top training honours in the 2013 LearnX Asia Pacific Learning and Technology Impact Awards, regarded as one of the most respected and prominent elearning and training awards in the Asia Pacific region.
Skillsoft was awarded Gold in the ‘Best Performance – Sales New Hire Training' category. Its submission included a video showcasing Skillsoft's extensive learning program for its Sales and Consulting Services professionals. To view the winning video, click on the video image below:
Skillsoft was also jointly bestowed the Platinum Award in the ‘Best Learning Program – IT' category with Sharp Australia. The submission showcased their innovative partnership with the world-leading electronics company and the journey their service technicians took to enhance their personal and professional training development.
According to Rob Clarke, founder of LearnX Asia Pacific, Skillsoft's innovative and forward-thinking approach to elearning has been reflected in their wins this year.
"Their core strength lies within their ability to work with their partners in creating a training synergy that is productive and effective."
According to Glenn Nott, Skillsoft Vice President and Managing Director, Asia Pacific, being awarded LearnX Awards over five consecutive years, is a true reflection on Skillsoft's dedication in delivering relevant solutions to contemporary businesses that are diverse in size and learning requirements.
"Skillsoft continues to evolve, not only our solutions, but also our core skills and expertise, as we work side by side with a group of dedicated organisations who are committed to a positive and enriching elearning journey that drives business results." he said.
Jeff Middleton, Manager, Web and Digital Media Development, Document Solution Centre, Sharp Corporation of Australia, acknowledges that the partnership with Skillsoft continues to grow from strength to strength.
"Receiving this award with Skillsoft epitomises the depth and breadth of what we have achieved so far in this joint learning effort."