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Kallidus named ‘Learning Organisation of the Year’ LT Awards finalist

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Kallidus, an industry leading provider of learning and talent management solutions, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the most highly coveted Learning Technologies Award: Learning Organisation of the Year. Kallidus’ Senior Learning designer Graham Waller has also been named as a finalist for the Learning Designer of the Year category.

The Learning Technology Awards recognise and reward excellence in learning technologies from across the world and are the leading, independently judged scheme in the industry. The finalists were selected from over 500 entries by an independent judging panel of more than 60 industry experts organised by the eLearning Network.

Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said: “We are delighted to gain this recognition for the talent in our organisation and the exceptional customer experience and long-term value we deliver to our customers through our innovative learning solutions.”   

Earlier this year, Kallidus acquired eLearning specialist Engage in Learning, bolstering its ability to provide a constantly evolving library of quality content alongside its award winning bespoke digital content and Kallidus Learn platform.

Philip Pyle, Chief Revenue Officer of Kallidus added: “Reaching the finals for Learning Technologies’ highly acclaimed awards programme reflects our drive and commitment to providing a world-class service. We are really excited to have the opportunity to show the judges how we help drive behavioural change and deliver transformational learning solutions.”

Kallidus has won over 40 industry awards. Earlier this year the company won LPI 2020 Learning Awards for Best Learning Platform and External Learning Solution of the Year.

The winners of this year’s Learning Technologies Awards will be announced on 18 November 2020. View the shortlist here.


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