Two New Partners Join The Moodle Cause In Belgium, France And The Netherlands

Post Pages - Post Inline - WIRIS

Early in 2019, Moodle kicks up his partnership notch in Europe.

First, a press release announces the Partner status for Avetica, a long-time Moodle services provider in the Netherlands now certified in there and in Belguim.

Avetica already has a following, not only inside the country. With the blog, they have spread information and insight with the Dutch speaking moodlers around the world. It is perhaps the most authoritative source for Moodle practice in the language, and a top source of reference for the Dutch caucus of the Moodle Forums.

Curing The ‘Scroll of Death’ In Moodle

Now, these track record of skills have been transferred into an official statement of support. Moodle HQ recognizes Avetica’s decades long tenure (it offers Moodle solutions since 2003) and the more than 400 Moodle sites it helps manage “across business, education, healthcare and government.” Among its most prominent clients Avetica features Edutrainers, Jumbo Supermarkten and KLM.

The announcement makes Avetica the second official Partner in the Netherlands, after UP Learning; as well as in Belgium after Edunao Belgium.

Read the press release, “Moodle Welcomes New Partnership with Online Education Technologist in the Netherlands and Belgium” at


Dutch speakers, check out the blog.


E-Learning Touch, Third Moodle Partner in France

E-Learning Touch joins Edunao France and Enovation into L’Apprentissage.

The Lesneven-based company offers lifecycle Moodle services with focus on K-12, Higher Ed and Workplace learning solutions in particular.

E-Learning Touch is already recognized as a Totara Partner, providing hosting and development, e-learning design and consulting for the open source, corporate LMS.

Learn more: “Moodle Announces New Partnership with Expert Training Organisation in France.” A release is available in French at

See a full list of Moodle partners at

ecreators logoThis Moodle Governance related post is made possible by: eCreators. Moodle for the enterprise, K12 and corporate. Australia and Singapore. To learn more about eCreators, click here.

Previous articleThis Moodle Course On AI Journalism Will Increase Your Intelligence
Next articleAmbi takes on Moodle, Canvas, Blackboard. Godspeed!


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.