We’re now just days away from the end of voting for this year’s Software Satisfaction Awards, with the 30 June deadline in sight. The learning software category has eight contenders in the frame for 2009, and with the winner chosen by TrainingZone.co.uk readers, now is your chance to make your opinion heard!
All three finalists in 2008, including eventual winners, Raptivity from Harbinger Knowledge Products, make the list this year – but have their levels of customer satisfaction wavered over the past 12 months?
One entrant for 2009 looking to shake things up is Atlantic Link. Mike Alcock of Atlantic Link spoke with TrainingZone about the upcoming awards and why his company wants to take home the trophy, with their Content Point software: “Our growth of 100% last year demonstrates that users love our products, and we would be delighted to add a Software Satisfaction Award to the 12 (other award) that we have already won.”
Collecting the metaphorical “baker’s dozen” of awards would obviously top a strong year for Atlantic Link, but the only way it can win – as with the seven other contenders in the category – is for its users to go and vote.
The Software Satisfaction Awards 2009 voting ends on 30 June, with the winners announced at a gala awards ceremony later in the year.
Learning Software: The Contenders (click on the links to cast your vote)