Speexx wins the prestigious 2013 IELA Award

by | Jun 21, 2013 | Articles, Press Release

Speexx wins the prestigious 2013 IELA Award. International body celebrates Speexx’s continued success as an outstanding and innovative blended learning solution provider

Munich – Thursday, 20th June 2013 – Speexx, the leading global provider of online corporate communication skills training, has been awarded with the 2013 IELA Award for the “Blended Learning” category. The award ceremony took place on June 14th 2013 at the ICELW Conference in New York.

The International E-Learning Association (IELA) Awards are bestowed on an annual basis for the best projects and solutions in e-learning, mobile learning, and blended learning, across two divisions: Academic and Business/Industry. All submissions are evaluated by the IELA Awards Committee who look for a variety of attributes. These include educational soundness and effectiveness, usability, and overall significance.

Organisations from all over the world submitted applications for the highly esteemed award. According to Dr. David Guralnick, Chairman of the IELA Awards Committee, this year’s set of submissions was of “particularly high quality”. The IELA committee, which consisted of experts in the E-Learning field, selected the top nine applicants as winners, runner-ups and honourable mentions. Speexx was chosen as the winner of the “Blended Learning” category for its online language training solution, which combines innovative self-paced e-learning tools with live communication skills training by certified native speakers for Business English, Spanish, German, Italian and French.

Armin Hopp, Founder and President of Speexx, comments: “We are delighted and honoured to be selected for the IELA Award. As a global provider of innovative online language training solutions, Speexx strives to fulfil the highest qualitative standards in the Talent Management sector.

Winning the Blended Learning category award bears testimony to the results delivered by our Perfect Blend of online learning tools, real-life communication skills training and active coaching. On behalf of Speexx, I would like to thank our customers for their continued support and the IELA judging panel for this accolade.”

Award winners were announced at the IELA Awards Ceremony in New York at the ICELW Conference on June 14, 2013.

A full list of the awards won by Speexx is available here.

About Speexx

Speexx helps large organisations everywhere to drive productivity by empowering employee communication skills across borders. Speexx offers an award-winning range of cloud-based online language learning solutions for Business English, Spanish, German, Italian and French with on-going support in 13 languages. Speexx is easy to use and scales to the needs of users and training managers in organisations of any size.

The Speexx branded Perfect Blend integrates online business communication skills training, mobile and social learning, expert coaches located throughout the world, and personalised live online activities into one fully standardised, globally consistent learning experience. More than 7 million users in 1,500 organisations – including Ericsson, Airbus, UNHCR and Credit Suisse – use Speexx to learn a language smarter and deliver results on time. Speexx was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Munich, London, Madrid, Milan, Paris, Sao Paulo and Shanghai. For more information, visit www.speexx.com.

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