@Moodlerooms named Hottest Tech in Town award by the GBTC


Good news on the local Moodle front (local in Baltimore, MD anyway), Moodlerooms one of companies in the area’s growing Educational Technology sector was named Hottest Tech in Town award by the Greater Baltimore Tech Council (GBTC). A hearty congratulations to Moodlerooms and the Moodle Partner program that makes their success possible.

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Here’s the press release in full,

Moodlerooms, Inc., Moodle partner and provider of proven e-Learning solutions, today announced it’s been named top winner of the Hottest Tech in Town award by the Greater Baltimore Tech Council (GBTC). The GBTC, an organization dedicated to driving innovation and entrepreneurship, chose Moodlerooms as the first place winner over more than 30 other products after two rounds of judging by the organization’s membership and board, including an element of community voting.

“I can’t tell you how excited we are to acknowledge Moodlerooms with this award and how proud we are to have an education-focused company take first place in the Hottest Tech in Town contest,” said GBTC CEO Sharon Webb.

Nominated by the broader Baltimore business community, Moodlerooms beat out other technology companies with products representing the bio-tech, videogame, GPS, medical, advertising and other fields at the organization’s 22nd annual TechNite event on October 13th at the Ram’s Head Live! club in downtown Baltimore.

“Moodlerooms is honored to be recognized by the community as the top innovative technology-based solution in the region,” said Moodlerooms CEO, Lou Pugliese. “Shining the spotlight on an open-source product that enables e-learning across both education and business environments reflects the growing global demand for sustainable and cost-efficient resources that encourage sharing and collaboration.”

For more information visit http://www.gbtechcouncil.org/blog/index.php/2011/10/another-amazing-technite/.

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