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Gartner’s LMS Magic Quadrant report released


Gartner Inc.'s 2002 LMS Magic Quadrant Report was release this week. The report evaluates the performance of more than 17 LMS vendors based on their ‘ability to execute’ and the completeness of their vision. According to Gartner, vendors listed as leaders in their annual evaluation of learning management system (LMS) providers are "companies that are doing well today and have great prospects for tomorrow." LMS vendors were evaluated on the size of their customer base, level of customer satisfaction, length of customer relationships, number of leading-edge customers, training resource management capabilities, content provider connectivity and strategic partner relationships, among other criteria.

The report lists THINQ Learning Solutions, Inc. as a "leader," citing the company's "Completeness of Vision" and "Ability to Execute," THINQ announced today.

The THINQ TrainingServer LMS continually receives top marks from customers for robust functionality. THINQ's ability to implement on time and on budget is cited as a main driver in winning large enterprise deals. THINQ is also praised for its people and partnership philosophy when working closely with customers to enhance and maintain its product.
Pathlore, the most widely deployed Learning Management System provider in the marketplace, today announced its strong leadership showing in the Magic Quadrant report. In the report Gartner singled out Pathlore for its large installed base and willingness "to customize its offering for large enterprises in a hosted or non-hosted environment."

Pathlore ranked high among LMS providers for both its ability to execute and the completeness of its vision. The ability to execute criteria include factors such as scalable product capabilities, strong customer base, ease of integration with other enterprise applications and skills management offerings. The completeness of vision criteria measure factors such as web-based architecture, financial management capabilities and willingness to customise its hosting offerings to meet the needs of the customer.

Pathlore e-Learning solutions currently are deployed and in use at 75 of the Fortune 100 companies and in more organisations than any other Learning Management System provider evaluated in the Gartner report.

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