July 16, 2009:

UK-based Sift Media has shortlisted Raptivity software by Harbinger Knowledge Products for Software Satisfaction Awards 2009. These awards are established to reward high standards from software application providers serving UK businesses.

According to Sift Media, this awards survey received 8,100 votes for various categories – making it one of the largest individual pieces of business opinion research in the UK. These awards are based on the views of genuine buyers and end-users of business software applications – not those of a judging panel. This means that the Awards act as a valuable guide for those businesses looking to purchase the very best software systems. Sift Media is a leading business-to-business publisher specialising in online, interactive professional communities.

"Globally, users are recognizing Raptivity as the leader in the field of rapid interactivity. Raptivity recently won three Gold awards at LearnX Asia Pacific 2009 Elearning & Training Awards program. And now, the shortlisting for Software Satisfaction Awards has reinforced Raptivity’s leadership. We thank all our Raptivity users for expressing their satisfaction through their votes", said Seema Chaudhary, President, Harbinger Knowledge Products Inc.

Raptivity allows users to create true learning outcomes with meaningful interactivity. The Raptivity library of over 225 pre-built interactions including games, simulations, 3D objects, virtual world interactions, videos and more,  is based on best practices in instructional design. The content published by Raptivity is a single flash file so it fits right into hundreds of eLearning tools and can be used anywhere.

About Raptivity

With Raptivity, users can create interactivity rapidly and add it conveniently to their eLearning content. With interactive content, learning experiences become memorable and drop-out levels go down.

Raptivity provides a pre-built library of rapidly-customizable interaction models. These interaction models are based on best practices in instructional design. Users can customize them to create any number of variations. The content published by Raptivity is a single flash file so it fits right into hundreds of eLearning tools and can be used anywhere. With its patent-pending technology and open architecture, Raptivity is at the forefront of rapid interactivity technology.

In 2007, Raptivity was winner of the eLearning Guild Platinum Award for highest user satisfaction in Simulation tools category. Raptivity also won the Gold Award under Games tools category.

Raptivity was voted number one in two categories Time to proficiency and Complex practice and assessment interaction building, according to a global survey by eLearning Guild. Another Guild survey ranked Raptivity number one in ease of use and integration with e-Learning tools.

Raptivity also won the prestigious Technology & Learning’s 2007 Award of Excellence, adjudged by a panel of eminent educators in San Francisco.
For more information on Raptivity, visit www.raptivity.com.
About Harbinger Knowledge Products

Harbinger Knowledge Products is recognized as a global leader in interactivity solutions for knowledge-sharing applications including learning, presentation and web development.

Recently, Deloitte named HKP among the fastest growing technology companies in its Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific and Deloitte Technology Fast 50 India programs.

Harbinger Knowledge Products is part of Harbinger Group, which serves customers in over 45 countries through its offices in Pune (India), Redmond (WA, USA), San Jose (CA, USA), Pleasanton (CA, USA), London (UK) and through its partner network worldwide.

Harbinger’s patent-pending technology and sound thought leadership have resulted in groundbreaking products, including market-leading Raptivity, innovative YawnBuster and cutting-edge TeemingPod.

For more information, visit www.harbingerknowledge.com.

Media Contact:

Seema Chaudhary
Harbinger Knowledge Products Inc.
Tel: 425.861.8400
Fax: 425.671.2641
PO Box 2827, Redmond,
WA 98073

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