The Australian company, with hundreds of millions of users worldwide, reveals a new solution for professional learning and development at the Learning Technologies conference in London.
LONDON, UK – Moodle, developer of the most-used learning platform software in the world, today officially introduces Moodle Workplace, a learning solution to support effective organisational training that combines the proven power, scalability and flexibility of the Moodle LMS with completely new features specially designed to support professional learning and development.
The new solution gives businesses a platform to build their own employee training and compliance programs, providing them with powerful reporting systems and advanced customisation capabilities, including automatable workflows. Moodle Workplace’s multi-tenancy architecture, integration with existing HR systems and complete mobile learning experience allow it to reflect any company’s processes and structure to maximise their learning and development strategies.
Martin Dougiamas, CEO and Founder of Moodle, said: “We are very excited to be launching our new solution for training in the workplace. Moodle has already been successfully used for many years in this sector, but our community of users and our Moodle Partners have been needing new features specific to learning and development in the workplace. With Moodle Workplace we are helping our Moodle Partners create even more effective customised learning solutions for any-sized business or other organisation wanting to conduct a training program.”
Moodle Workplace has been developed by Moodle HQ in collaboration with key Moodle Partners worldwide, drawing on their extensive experience of delivering organisational learning services on the Moodle platform. Moodle Workplace is the best of Moodle, fine-tuned for organisational learning, delivering a consistent and solid solution for training and professional development within organisations. Moodle Workplace will be available to end clients later in 2019 through Certified Moodle Partners only.
Visitors at Learning Technologies will be the first to experience the power of Moodle Workplace at Moodle’s stand J22 in the free-to-attend exhibition and on February 14th at 12:30pm at Theatre 9, where Emilio Lozano, Moodle Workplace’s Product Lead, will introduce and demonstrate Moodle’s new learning solution for training and professional development.
Founded in Perth, Western Australia, Moodle produces an open source learning platform with over 100,000 registered sites including more than 150 million users worldwide. In pursuit of their mission of “empowering educators to improve our world”, Moodle’s software gives educators and learners powerful, flexible software tools for online learning and collaboration.
Moodle software is used as a key part of operations for: schools and Universities such as the UK Open University, University of Barcelona, Monash University, Columbia University, Shanghai International University and Mumbai University; corporate users such Mazda, Allianz, Vodafone and Coca-Cola, as well as other organisations such as the United Nations, World Vision International and the US Defence force.
Moodle’s open source project and development is supported by its global community of users and network of certified Moodle Partners, who offer a range of tailored Moodle services and support.
For more information, visit www.moodle.com
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