Learning Carnival releases Top 25 Socially Liked e-Learning Technology Companies list for 2019

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D.C., Wash. - March 19, 2019 - PRLog -- Learning Carnival announced the release of its annual list of Top 25 Socially Liked e-Learning Technology Companies.

The list reveals the 25 eLearning Technology companies that are effectively using Social Media for customer service/support and sales/marketing.

The various factors that were considered while finalizing the list were: frequency of activities on social media, likes, positive reviews, message response time etc. The judges considered more than 300 companies to shortlist the finalists.

Learning Carnival's Co-Founder, Gireesh Sharma said' "The entire process was based on objective data available in the public. The companies that appear in this list tend to be socially active and responsible in their operations. They open their organization for a conversation on the public platform, accept their mistakes publicly and take corrective actions when needed. They seek feedback from the employees and customers and resolve the complaints as soon as possible."

The company reveals that they did not seek applications or justifications from any company mentioned here. They did not seek any "Financial Sponsorship" or "Application Fee" from the organizations that appeared in the list.

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The 25 elearning technology companies that appeared on the list are: Mind Tools, Alison, Pearson, SuccessFactors, Dupont Learning,Conduent, EdCast, Cornerstone On Demand, SmartSchoolOnline, SkillSoft, Raytheon Professional Services, D2L, Grovo, Docebo, Talent LMS, Saba, Litmos, CrossKnowledge, elearning Brothers, Matrix, Degreed, G-Cube, GP Strategies, CGS Learning, Designing Digitally.

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