Moodle has extended its reach in Japan with the inclusion of Human Science as the latest Certified Moodle service provider. Human Science will be the 5th partner in the country after the existing MoodleRooms, e-learning co, ioMagazine Ltd & Mitstek consulting.
Human Science offers localization services to clients in IT, manufacturing, medical and education sectors in Japan and other Asian markets. Human Science is member of the Moodle Association of Japan and working with Moodle since 2009. They offered Moodle services is various small and large-scale uses for education and corporate sector from 2009.
Since its establishment in 1985, Human Science has supported both domestic and multinational companies, such as Microsoft, HP, Fujitsu and Apple.
On this grand occasion of becoming the Certified Moodle Partner, Human Science’s CEO, Tsuyoshi Kumazawa, commented:
By becoming a Moodle Partner, we can officially announce that we are a provider of Moodle services.
As an organisation we support the growth of people and organizations in ICT. We are constantly on the lookout for the newest technology, so that we are able to offer the best solutions to our clients’ needs.
As a Moodle Partner, we aim to offer more solutions for our clients with this learning platform, combined with our provision of reliable technology and rich experience.
Moodle’s Founder and CEO, Dr. Martin Dougiamas said:
I’m delighted to welcome Human Science as our latest Certified Moodle Partner.
Human Science’s knowledge and passion in the latest technology and in e-learning will help the Moodle project not only through their financial support for our core developers, but also to advance Moodle’s mission in empowering educators with their services to Moodle users.
By partnering with Moodle, Human Science will now be able to offer Moodle Installation, support, training and seminars, project consultation, courseware and theme development, System integration etc.
Best wishes to whole Human Science team from MoodleWorld for becoming the Certified Moodle Service Provider.