Netex Learning appears one more year, on the 2022 LMS Watch List Company by Training Industry.

Training Industry, Inc., the world’s leader source of information on the business of learning, has listed Netex on its 2022 LMS Watch List, which includes the best and most innovative learning management systems for corporate training.

Due to the convergence of features and the significant overlap of participating companies Training Industry, have decided to merge our LMS and learning experience platform (LXP) categories this year.

Top 20 Learning Services Companies and Watch List 2022

Selection to the 2022 Watch List considers robust, innovative, and interactive learning platforms, which engage the learner and provide the client with useful and meaningful reports and analytics.

The list is based on the following criteria:

  • Breadth, quality and advancement of features, capabilities, and analytics.
  • Industry visibility, innovation, and impact in the learning technologies training market.
  • Client and user representation.
  • Business performance and growth.

It is a privilege for Netex to be included on this list, as acknowledge of the Learning Cloud technology, a user focused platform that aims to offer innovative and interactive learning.

This year’s LMS Watch List winners provide innovative and interactive platforms to engage the learner and administrator in every step of the learning process.

Through robust capabilities and features, these providers give learning administrators robust reporting and analytic features to provide their learners with meaningful feedback to increase learner retention.

Tom Whelan, Ph.D.
Director of Corporate Research at Training Industry, Inc.

We are honoured to be included on Training Industry’s Watch List list for the second year running’. It’s a great acknowledgment and honoured for all our hard work this past year – not only to expand our global presence further, but to also continue to evolve our products, finding new ways to push the boundaries of innovation in learning technology.

Carlos Ezquerro
CEO at Netex Learning