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Malmö, Sweden, 2010/03/30 - Celebrated a few days ago with a gala dinner in Stockholm, the Swedish E-Learning Awards declared Acapela Group winner in the category ‘Best M-learning’.
Founded in 2007 to highlight companies and people with a passion for learning, the Swedish E-learning Awards have become an annual event where the e-learning industry's best training initiatives are nominated in various classes, both by purchasers and suppliers.
Acapela Group was announced winner in the ‘Best M-learning’ category, selected from 30 nominees
'We are very proud to receive this prestigious award', says Lars-Erik Larsson begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting, CEO of Acapela Group. 'It is the result of our determination and very hard work to create voice solutions available to all. The number of varied mobile applications integrating Acapela voices has expanded enormously and continues to do so, especially in the iPhone field, where we see innovative solutions smartly making excellent use of Acapela’s pleasant voices.'
Acapela Group (acapela-group.com), expert and inventor of innovative vocal solutions, has provided high quality, natural voices for an extensive range of applications and products developed by its customers and partners in Mobility and e-learning domains. Acapela voices speech empower their learning programs to effectively convey content to their users, whatever the size of their mobiles, whilst successfully meeting the user-interface challenge. Text to speech is crucial to providing users easy access to content, simply impossible to do without speech solutions, which turn written content into an easy-to-listen-to audio result.
The three judges from the Swedish mobile industry (Anders Linger, Mobil Business; Tomas Bennich, Swedish Mobile Association; Annica Englund, Kista Science City) explain why they chose Acapela as the winning company in the ‘Best M-learning’ category:
'Mobile learning of the highest class, useful to a big number of people in Sweden and internationally. The nominated company combines the strengths of the mobile device with a high level of pedagogy. Through their model they act as a catalyst for the whole M-learning phenomena.'
Organizers of the Swedish E-Learning Award are:Promise (promise.se) – trade association for learning, entertainment and communication through digital media, and Swedish Learning Association (swedishlearningassociation.se) – an association for all those actively involved in skills development, learning and change within companies and organizations.