GeoLearning Up for American Business Award

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<p><strong>West Des Moines, Iowa &mdash; May 14</strong><br />GeoLearning Inc., a provider of managed learning services and hosted learning and performance platforms, has been named a finalist for the &quot;Best Customer Service Team&quot; in the 2007 American Business Awards. </p><p>At the 2005 ABA program, GeoLearning received the award for America&#39;s &quot;Most Innovative Company.&quot;<br /><br />This is the third time in the past six months GeoLearning&#39;s 24×7 Customer Care Team has been nationally recognized. </p><p>In December 2006 <em>Selling Power </em>magazine named GeoLearning &quot;Customer Service Team of the Year.&quot; </p><p>And in April 2007, Bersin &amp; Associates&#39; comprehensive study of learning management system vendors identified GeoLearning as the customer satisfaction &quot;leader&quot; or &quot;co-leader&quot; in 17 of 20 measures in the enterprise LMS category.<br /><br />Hailed as &quot;the business world&#39;s own Oscars&quot; by the New York Post, The American Business Awards are the only national, all-encompassing business awards program honoring great performances in business. </p><p>Nicknamed the Stevies for the Greek word &quot;crowned,&quot; winners will be announced during the fifth-annual gala June 11 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City. </p><p>More than 700 executives from across the country are expected to attend. The ceremonies will be videocast on the Internet and broadcast on radio.<br /><br />&quot;Being named a finalist in The American Business Awards is an important achievement,&quot; said Michael Gallagher, founder and president of The Stevie Awards. &quot;It means that independent business executives have agreed that the nominee is worthy of national recognition. We congratulate all of the finalists on their achievement and wish them well in the competition.&quot;</p>

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