City & Guilds Kineo awarded Top Totara Partner 2014

CGK recognised as top partner for innovative open-source learning management system.

13 January 2015 / Be the first to comment

City & Guilds Kineo, Platinum Partner and one of the founders of Totara Learning Solutions, has been announced as the Top Totara Partner of 2014.

Totara LMS (part of Totara Learning) is an open-source learning management system. Each year, TLS awards their partners with several key accolades, all of which recognise the partners’ continued commitment to the open source project, but also highlights the influence partners have in the growth of the project.

This year City & Guilds Kineo, one of the founders of TLS and regular contributors to the open source project, has been awarded as Top Totara Partner of 2014. This award has been given to City & Guilds Kineo on the basis of the highest Totara LMS sales revenue, which was considered across all 76 Totara LMS partners.

Totara Learning Solutions (TLS) was founded in 2010 as a project focused on creating an enterprise learning management system that is entirely committed to being an open source software. Fostering a solid community of partnerships and development across the world, it has grown rapidly and is now being delivered in over 37 countries by 76 partners.

Andy Kirk, EMEA Channel Partner Manager for Totara Learning, shared his thoughts on City & Guilds Kineo’s recent award win:

‘The revenue City & Guilds Kineo generated is testament to the customer profile they have of large, national and sometimes multinational organisations, who typically sign up to the higher subscription brackets. This makes great strides in spotlighting the Totara brand in a competitive market. Well done to the whole team!’

City & Guilds Kineo will be attending Learning Technologies 2015 on 28 and 29 January, showcasing their recent Totara LMS work with The Football Association in a free seminar. Find out more about CG Kineo’s activities at the event.

The Top Totara Partner Award will be formally presented to CG Kineo on their stand at Learning Technologies 2015 on 28 January.

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