Brandon Hall Recommends WebMentor LMS

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<p><strong>Columbia, Md. &mdash; June 13</strong><br />Learning industry analyst firm Brandon Hall recognized Avilar&rsquo;s WebMentor LMS in the &ldquo;Best Value&rdquo; category in the report &ldquo;LMS KnowledgeBase 2007: In-Depth Profiles of 60+ Learning Management Systems.&rdquo;</p><p>&ldquo;Companies wishing to migrate to a new LMS may wish to consider WebMentor LMS 5.3,&quot; the report states. &quot;The facet architecture, although somewhat technical, can offer quick interoperability and functionality.&rdquo;</p><p>The Web-based report provides detailed information on 63 learning management systems and is available as a resource to key decision makers in their LMS selection processes.</p><p>Brandon Hall Research has been conducting studies on e-learning products since 1992.</p><p>As part of the &ldquo;Best Value&rdquo; category, Avilar was recognized for providing &ldquo;quite a punch for the price.&rdquo;</p><p>In addition to acknowledgement of value and recommendation as a replacement option, Brandon Hall also recognized Avilar&rsquo;s dedication to user ease. </p><p>&ldquo;We found WebMentor&rsquo;s interface to be clean, straightforward and customizable,&quot; the report states. &quot;Its quick drill-down features allow administrators a seamless macro and micro view of student data.&rdquo;</p><p>Avilar CEO John Skowlund said he is pleased with both the praise within the review and the consistency of Avilar&rsquo;s evaluations. </p><p>&ldquo;Brandon Hall continues to rank Avilar as a best-value LMS with attention to SCORM compliance, user ease and back-end operability,&rdquo; Skowlund said. &ldquo;Acknowledgement within these areas is consistent with previous reviews, and we are happily surprised to see Brandon Hall recommend WebMentor LMS to those seeking a new LMS. </p><p>&quot;We see this review as substantiation that Avilar has a stronghold on our technology and place within the e-learning industry.&quot;</p>

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