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tessello ranked #12 in global LMS study

Learning NewsBrightwave Group

Brightwave's award-winning total learning system tessello has been named the 12th top LMS in a global study published on January 27th 2015.

Conducted by E-Learning 24/7, the report publishes the results of a year-long study of more than 645 learning management products - providing a commentary of LMS market trends and forces, along with developing trends in LMS features.

Caroline Walmsley, Chief Executive of Brightwave, said:

"We are delighted that tessello has been recognised by E-Learning 24/7 as one of the leading systems in the global LMS space. In an increasingly competitive market, we believe the next generation LMS needs to serve both learners and the organisation deploying it - delivering a superior learning experience than has previously been available to L&D. At Brightwave we have worked hard to develop tessello with a total learning approach in mind, with its features and benefits delivering real value for learners and organisations."

Craig Weiss, CEO E-Learning 24/7, said:

"What makes tessello stand out is the way it sees learning. Engaging, fresh and mobile. Toss in a very learner driven design and functionality and it is easy to see why they are so deserving of this ranking."

Harnessing xAPI technology, tessello's latest release includes new features such as structured learning pathways and event booking modules, making the system one of the first on the market to combine formal learning with social, coaching and collaborative tools. The cutting-edge features have been developed to ensure high levels of engagement from learners while providing organisations with the insight and tools needed to deliver truly effective learning.

tessello clients - including 3M, Tesco Bank and UNISON who are using the system for a range of different learning needs, from induction and sales to management training - have welcomed the new release. They are a number of forward-thinking organisations who are leading the shift in workplace learning among L&D professionals; in particular, how community management and a focus on engagement are transforming learning cultures.

The report, published by E-Learning 24/7, is now available for download: