Moodle Partner in Australia and New Zealand, Catalyst IT and open online learning solutions Brightcookie have reached an agreement in which Catalyst “will take over the provision of ‘Managed Services’ responsibilities to current Brightcookie Moodle and Totara clients.”

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The decision is said to consolidate Catalyst position in the Australasia LMS market, while lets Brightcookie focus their efforts in non-LMS, “bespoke” software development. Current Brightcookie clients running Moodle and Totara solutions should expect to be contacted by Catalyst Representatives. Totara is an open source LMS originally based in Moodle, but for years now taking on its own development roadmap.

Since 2013 Brightcookie offers learning solutions based on open technologies, primarily catering the corporate segments with offices in Adelaide and Singapore. After handing LMS services to Catalyst, they will continue to offer consulting, technology and instructional content development, hosting, training and support for CMS, LRS and content repositories. Brightcookie is a certified Totara Partner, and is recognized among other developments by IxHive, a Learning Record Storage solution. MoodleNews reported on Managing Director Leo Gaggl’s announcement to produce learning outcomes from players during a Dota 2 eSports competitions, and export them into xAPI format for ongoing LRS storage and analytics.

Previously in MoodleNews: The Brightcookie Experiment Links The Future Of Knowledge And Online Team Work

Read the official statement, “Announcement: Catalyst agreement” at■

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