Alfresco and Remote-Learner.net Partner to Deliver Moodle eLearning Integration
Partnership delivers affordable, open source content management for learning organizations
London, UK. – January 14, 2009 – Alfresco Software Inc., the leader in open source enterprise content management (ECM), today announced an OEM partnership with Remote-Learner.net, the provider of open source solutions for online learning management, record keeping and learning object storage to corporate, academic and governmental clients. The partnership will deliver solutions to allow learning organizations using Moodle’s open source course management system (CMS) to access Alfresco’s robust open source ECM repository to support content development and reuse.
Remote-Learner’s Enterprise Learning Intelligence Suite for Moodle (ELIS) will be made available on February 12, 2009, allowing users to store and retrieve resources from within Moodle and Alfresco. This solution will enable learning organizations and existing Moodle users to access the powerful back-end content repository services of Alfresco Enterprise, ensuring security, compliance, and auditability. Users will be able to more effectively manage, preview and track increasing volumes of content and digital assets on Moodle sites using Alfresco Enterprise.
“Remote-Learner’s integration between Moodle and Alfresco provides our clients with a robust content repository for their collaborative, social learning sites, providing easy content sharing and re-use. The announcement of ELIS has generated considerable response from organizations looking to replace costly proprietary commercial solutions with less expensive open source solutions that are fully supported,” Bryan Williams, Remote-Learner.net CEO commented. “Our clients have expressed enthusiasm that Alfresco's SharePoint like features will allow them to centrally manage learning resources from within both the Alfresco and Moodle environments through a tight integration.”
“Alfresco’s partnership with Remote-Learner utilizes the innovation of open source to deliver enterprise solutions for eLearning organizations at much lower cost. Alfresco Enterprise functionality compliments Moodle and makes content authoring easier by supporting content conversion, version tracking and collaborative authoring,” said John Newton, Chairman and CTO, Alfresco Software. “Remote-Learner’s integration enables Moodle users to leverage Alfresco to manage content on Moodle sites in a secure, compliant, and audited environment.”
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Remote-Learner has been providing educational technologies services since 1982 to its business, educational and governmental clients. Today, these services include support for best-of-breed open source programs. Remote-Learner is an official Moodle partner, JasperSoft partner and Alfresco partner. The company offers a cost effective and integrated enterprise learning intelligence solution built on an open source platform. Remote-Learning offers SaaS hosting services, IT support contracts, core custom programming, training, instructional design and strategic consulting services for organizations that need help in planning, reporting and curriculum management.
Remote-Learner maintains corporate offices in Fishersville, VA, Overland Park, KS and Waterloo, Ontario Canada. The company provides services to about 600 clients throughout the US, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean and can be contacted at http://remote-learner.net.
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