Moodle is an Open Source Course Management System or Remote Learning Environment. This freely available software can be customised to precisely fit with your business and educational needs as required.
Moodle is a useful online platform for schools, corporate training providers, professional bodies, course developers, and private companies in a range of sectors. Use Moodle to create online courses, learning materials, onboarding programs, staff development activities, and remote learning platforms.
As your business grows, so does the number of your learners. MOODLE is highly scalable and goes a long way in meeting your burgeoning course management needs. This software product can be used to meet the needs of organisations of all sizes, with learner populations ranging from a few dozen to more than one million, delivering seamless performance.
A plug-in is a software component that adds a specific feature to an existing software product, without disturbing the latter’s existing functionality. Hundreds of plug-ins are available for MOODLE, which enable you to perform various tasks such as detecting plagiarism in your e-learning content.
It is important to facilitate effective “communication” between the course management application and other enterprise tools such as your ERP system and CRM software, to enable the hassle-free flow of information. MOODLE can be integrated with various enterprise platforms such as SAP, Oracle, Workday, SalesForce, SugarCRM and so on.
Start by analysing the current business processes to identify opportunities to simplify, improve, or automate. Decide on what is in scope, wish-list, and out-of-scope.
Ensure all requirements are coded, and they work as intended. Discuss changes, suggestions, enhancements. Get involved in testing. Be part of the project.
Inform changes in advance. Update or create new procedures. Train users. Plan for the cut-off. Manage the go-live. Discuss a post-go-live support plan.