WizIQ bags the top spot in GetApp’s Learning Management System rankings for Q4 2016
WizIQ has recently topped the list of GetApp’s Top 25 Learning Management System Category Leaders based in the cloud – for the fourth quarter of 2016. This is our fourth consecutive recognition, indicating a sustained trust in our product by our users operating in different niches.
GetApp, a Gartner company, is the world’s leading business apps discovery platform. The online marketplace releases its list of top 25 LMS in each quarter, helping individuals and businesses with their LMS buying decisions. The ranking is based on the scores collected under five distinctive parameters – user reviews, integration, mobility, media presence, and security – each carrying a maximum of 20 points – with 100 being the highest overall score.
WizIQ tops the GetApp’s Q4 list of top 25 LMS with a score of 19 out of 20 in ‘user reviews’ section. This shows that our users place a lot of trust in us. With an aggregate score of 77 out of 100, WizIQ comes as the best choice in this category for those who are looking to launch their online teaching or training businesses.
Suzie Blaszkiewicz, GetApp’s ranking project manager, said, “WizIQ has managed to solidify its number one spot in GetApp’s Category Leader ranking of the top LMS solutions for the fourth quarter in a row. A 19 out of 20 for its positive user reviews, a 17 for its number of software integrations, and a 16 for its media presence are the biggest contributors to its total score of 77, continuing to impress in its first place position”.
Speaking on the achievement, Harman Singh, CEO and founder of WizIQ, commented, “It goes without saying, this recognition and all the positive reviews garnered by WizIQ LMS make us feel humbled.”
“We, at WizIQ, are driven by the passion for making learning delivery and consumption easier for both the instructor and the learner. This successive achievement strengthens the belief that we have been successful in creating a positive impact in our users’ life and businesses”, he added.