In a competitive list, including apps like Evernote and OneNote, LS-S’ productivity app ActExs (Action Extracts) ranked 82nd out of top 200 learning tools for 2017. The list was compiled by Jane Hart at the Center for Learning and Performance Technologies.
For the 11th year in a row, 2,174 learning professionals from 52 countries around the world cast their votes on their top 10 tools in 2017. ActExs found its place ahead of apps like Google Keep in the general ranking. LS-S flagship product did even better in the Top 100 Tools for Personal and Professional Learning 2017 and Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2017 ranking at 49th and 56th place respectively.
“I use it on trainings and conferences but also in daily meetings,” wrote one of the voters.
The Center For Learning and Performance Technologies has been up and running since 2000. Since then, it has become quite a popular learning destination with 2.4M visits in 2016 alone.
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