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Realizeit Recognized for the Second Consecutive Year on Training Industry’s 2023 Top Advanced Learning Technologies List

PALATINE, III. , November 21 /Businesswire/ - Realizeit, a leader in AI-powered personalized learning solutions, is thrilled to announce its selection for the second consecutive year as one of the "2023 Top 20 Advanced Learning Technologies" by Training Industry, the leading source of information on the business of learning.

The Training Industry's annual list identifies the most innovative and cutting-edge technology solutions that significantly enhance the learning experience. To be named to the list, Realizeit demonstrated excellence in the quality and advancement of its solution, along with a proven track record of industry visibility, innovation, and impact in the learning technologies training market.

Realizeit’s AI-powered personalized learning suite is designed to create and deliver adaptive courses, intelligent pathways, and AI-powered reinforcement tailored to each learner’s unique needs. This approach produces far greater insights through real-time analytics. Realizeit provides targeted AI-powered assistants to learners, designers, instructors, coaches, and leaders to help them succeed and operate efficiently.

Manoj Kulkarni, CEO of Realizeit, expressed his enthusiasm about the recognition, stating, "Being named to Training Industry's Top Advanced Learning Technologies List for the second year in a row is a testament to our dedication to make learning better through innovative and personalized solutions powered by AI and automation. This recognition reaffirms our commitment to driving impactful learning experiences and empowering organizations to achieve their training and development goals."

Realizeit has successfully delivered its advanced technology adaptive courses, intelligent pathways, and reinforcement across various industries, including pharmaceuticals, media and entertainment, healthcare, professional services, government, and higher education, and span use cases that include onboarding, upskilling, cross training, compliance, and sales training.

For more information about Realizeit and its AI-powered personalized learning solutions, visit

About Realizeit:

Realizeit provides an AI-powered personalized learning suite that makes learning better by modernizing and personalizing the learning experience. The company's innovative approach helps organizations achieve their training and development goals by creating and delivering adaptive courses, intelligent pathways, and AI-powered reinforcement. The result is time saved through faster learning, improved performance and lower risk due to increased learner understanding, and new levels of insight to enhance decision making.

STORY TAGS: Award, United States, North America, Illinois, Technology, Consulting, Other Technology, Professional Services, Software, Continuing, Data Analytics, Education, Artificial Intelligence,


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