We know that eFaktor has much to gain from the network – and much to offer it.
Perth, Western Australia (PRWEB) November 06, 2013
eFaktor has been awarded its second official Moodle Partner status, this time in Denmark.
The Moodle Certified Service Provider program is a global network of trusted partners providing quality services for the popular Moodle open source learning platform. Certified Moodle Partners work closely with Moodle HQ and the community to support the Moodle project.
Over the past eight years, eFaktor has amassed considerable expertise and experience in delivering quality Moodle services in Norway, including hosting, support, theme development, and integrations with related systems. With its latest certification, eFaktor will expand its reach into Denmark and continue to offer a complete range of Moodle services to their expanding client portfolio.
Alf Martin Johnsen, CEO of eFaktor, said: “We are thrilled to be part of the Moodle Partner network, and eagerly accept our expanded role as a Moodle Partner in Denmark. We know that eFaktor has much to gain from the network – and much to offer it. We are very excited at the opportunity to contribute more to the Moodle community in the years ahead.
Being a Certified Moodle Service Provider will no doubt benefit our growing business, as we can document our competencies connected to the delivery of professional Moodle services to our clients in Norway and Denmark.”
Martin Dougiamas, CEO of Moodle Pty Ltd said, “It’s great to see eFaktor officially becoming our Moodle Partner for Denmark. Alf and the team have shown they can provide great services in Norway and across Scandinavia in the past four years, and I’m sure this will continue from their new Danish office.”
eFaktor is proudly responsible for the Norwegian translation of Moodle, and notes that 100% of Moodle 2.x is now available in Norwegian. The team at eFaktor continues the translation effort, now in the Danish language, for a complete Danish Moodle translation.
Find out more about eFaktor AS and their services in Denmark at http://www.efaktor.dk
First released in 2001 as a learning management software package by Martin Dougiamas, Moodle has since developed into a full feature, flexible open source learning platform currently used in more than 230 countries with more than 70 million users worldwide. The focus of Moodle is to provide educators with the best tools to manage and promote learning. Supported by a global network of certified Moodle Partners, Moodle HQ continues to work with developers and educators worldwide to support a fast growing community of Moodle users. For more information, please visit http://moodle.org.