Schoox Recognized as a Top LMS with Learning Analytics Tools by eLearning Industry

Schoox | July 07, 2022 | Read time : 2 min

Learning management and talent development software provider Schoox has been acknowledged by eLearning Industry for the effectiveness of its integrated Business Impact which provides actionable insights to learning and development programs.

Innovative organizations know learning is a strategic investment with the ability to accelerate business performance. Schoox’s Business Impact capabilities go beyond industry standard LMS analytics to help companies correlate training with results. By importing KPI data, businesses can measure the results of training and explore dependencies between sales, customer satisfaction, product and more. This sets Schoox apart from other LMS analytics tools in the market. And it’s provided to all Schoox customers at no additional charge.

“Our team is committed to designing a solution that is as impactful as it is easy to use. “It’s exciting to see our hard work and dedication acknowledged with this ranking." 

Lefteris Ntouanoglou, founder and Chief Executive Officer of Schoox

The recognition by eLearning Industry is the latest industry accolade for Schoox, which was also named a 2022 Corporate Learning Management Systems Leader by G2, the world’s largest tech marketplace.

About eLearning Industry
eLearning Industry (eLI) is the leading publishing platform that delivers inspiring, industry-specific content to eLearning professionals. As a top-tier eLearning marketplace, we offer a plethora of sophisticated, online marketing solutions to corporate training companies to empower and help them grow. Learn more at

About Schoox
Schoox transforms learning into business growth. Our SaaS learning platform and course marketplace help companies accelerate business results by unlocking employee potential, boosting customer retention, and driving reseller revenue through learning. Schoox powers learning experiences for numerous organizations around the world, including Subway, Celebrity Cruises, Phillips 66, and Sonesta Hotels.


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