NEO, the learning management system (LMS) for schools and universities created by CYPHER LEARNING, has been announced as the winner of the Tech Edvocate Award for “Best Learning Management System”, for a second year running.
The Tech Edvocate Awards honor the best that edtech has to offer by recognizing outstanding companies, people, and products. The awards process included a judging panel who assessed this year’s top edtech organisations and resources, followed by an online voting system, allowing people to nominate their favorite products. The judging panel was made up of edtech influencers, PreK-12 teachers and parents, college as well as K-12 professors and administrators.
NEO is a world-class learning management system (LMS) for schools and universities, a powerful platform that delivers a great user experience, while incorporating all the essential tools schools and universities need to support efficient teaching and learning.
NEO provides an indispensable set of features including content authoring, competency-based learning, gamification, automation, learning paths, adaptive learning, and integrations with most popular third-party systems.
Graham Glass, CEO of CYPHER LEARNING said: “We are delighted to win ‘Best LMS’ for the second year in a row. We are constantly updating and developing our product in order to meet the needs of schools and universities and ensure we’re making teaching and learning as efficient as possible. We’re so grateful to be recognised for our efforts; it’s a reflection of how much our product has grown, becoming one of the leading learning management systems on the market.”
NEO was also recently selected as a finalist for the EdTech Awards in the category “Learning management system (LMS) solution”. The annual program shines a spotlight on cool tools, inspiring leaders and innovative trendsetters across the K-12, Higher Education, and Skills and Workforce sectors.