A Discovery Worth Celebrating
Eurekos is an interpretation of the word “Eureka” from the Ancient Greek, which is an expression of joy or satisfaction for a new discoveries or invention.
When we formed Eurekos ten years ago, we were focused on delivering exceptional learning content to our customers, but we noticed that something was missing: There was no LMS that delivered exceptional content and also motivated and engaged employees, while giving instructors the tools they need to create content quickly, easily and effectively.
We changed all that. It is with great joy and satisfaction that we share our invention with you: Eurekos!
Meet some of the key people in
The Eurekos Team
The History of Eurekos
Join the Eurekos Team
At Eurekos, we harness the talent of skilled and passionate innovators to help build a world where employees have the skills and tools they need to perform at their best.
If you’d like to be a part of this important mission, send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
Eurekos proudly sponsors
the Carey Institute for Global Good
The Eurekos team wants to make a difference by making learning accessible for everyone through technology that makes it easier, faster and more collaborative. That’s why we sponsor the Carey Institute for Global Good.
The Carey Institute for Global Good is dedicated to making the world better by contributing to a strong, educated and just society. Through its programs, the Institute strives to bring together innovative and dynamic people from around the world to address the most pressing issues of the day.
Eurekos debuts in the world’s top 25 learning systems
LMS analyst Craig Weiss ranked Eurekos in the top 25 of over 1000 learning management systems. This shows the growing need for high-performance LMSs with built-in, powerful authoring tools that make skills gaps a thing of the past.
“Eurekos has a home run here. The built-in authoring tool is a slam dunk and it has very strong content curation. Functionality and UI/UX is good. The roadmap track record is excellent. You can do a lot with this: classroom management, competency management, and I could go on.” Craig Weiss