WizIQ Amongst The Top Five Cloud-Based LMS In The World, According To GetApp!
Results based on comparison amongst 600 LMS apps in GetRank Q3 2015 report
WizIQ, one of the world’s largest online education platforms, recently added another feather to its cap after being ranked amongst top five cloud-based LMS apps in the world in the recently released GetRank Q3 report for 2015. The report, which compared nearly 600 LMS apps worldwide, scored each app on five criteria, worth 20 points each, for a total possible score of 100: User Reviews, Integrations, Mobile Apps, Media Presence, and Security. WizIQ scored high in three prominent categories – Integration, Mobile and Media.
GetRank is GetApp’s quarterly ranking of the top 25 Learning Management System (LMS) apps based in the cloud. GetApp is a part of the Nubera network, which is an ecosystem of business app and software discovery platforms that operates under the aegis of US-based marketing research and advisory giant Gartner, Inc.
“The WizIQ Learning Management System is the only fully-integrated, cloud-based social learning platform available in the industry right now,” Harman Singh, founder and CEO of WizIQ, said. “WizIQ’s LMS provides educators with a comprehensive, hassle-free platform aligned with the latest best practices in online learning, making it the next-generation of LMS.”
In addition to the latest accomplishment, WizIQ has been also been felicitated with several other noteworthy awards in recognition of its stellar contribution to the e-learning space. WizIQ has also been named “Best Online Education Platform Technology Provider” for its Online Academy Builder at the World Education Summit 2015, “Best Virtual Classroom Provider” at the World Education Congress 2015, “Virtual Classroom Provider” at the South East Asia Education Summit 2015, 2013 Shiksha Ratna Award for “Best Virtual Classroom”, the Public Choice Award for “Best Innovation in Open and Distance Learning” at the 2011 World Education Awards, and the “Best Education Webinar Series” Jury Award at the 2012 Indian Education Congress.