Learning Carnival announces the 2019 list of Top 25 Socially Liked e-learning Technology Companies. The objective process we used for selecting these companies is appended at the bottom of the list.
We are seeing a continued effort from the Learning technology organizations to be active on social media platforms. This makes them more transparent and exposed to customer criticism and reviews. This year we are also publishing the names of the “Challengers” who have a Learning Carnival Social Score of more than 10,000.
Why Should you Consider this List?
Whether you plan to buy a service or seek employment with a company, the Social Factor plays a significant role. 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.
Winners are encouraged to use this badge on their website & blog.
Congratulations to all winners! Keep up the good work!
For any information please contact us at contact @ elearningcarnival.com.
The following companies scored very well and emerged as the strong challengers.
|Company Name||Social Rank||Learning Carnival Score®|
|The Training Associates||36||12,108|
|Instructure – Bridge||40||10,908|
How did we find out these companies?
So we started our research on 150 leading e-Learning technology companies which have appeared in the famous “Top” lists from various thought leaders. We looked at the four major social media platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, and YouTube, because these were the standard platforms used by most companies.
Disclaimer: We have created this list based on our internal objective research. We did not seek applications or justifications from any company mentioned here. We did not seek any “Financial Sponsorship” or “Application Fee” for the award.
What was our process?
The judges counted the number of followers, number of likes, number of reviews, likes, reviews and the activity on the social media platforms. The duration of our research was 01 March 2019 to 14th March 2019. The judges created a weighting mechanism to do calculations. Finally, they also took into account the number of employees and normalized the score by adjusting the internal likes. We tried to be completely objective in our selection process. No subjective decisions were allowed to creep into the process.