Totara LMS is a distribution of Moodle, the leading open source learning platform. Our Moodle certified developers continually enhance existing functionality to meet the requirements of our customers.
Our strong commitment to open source means that our customers’ subscriptions are for the service we provide, not software licensing.
Here are five compelling reasons why open source software is brilliant.
Totara LMS, for example, can be customised by Moodle developers all around the world, meaning that you aren’t constrained to a single supplier.
In addition, with open source software, users don’t pay licence fees on a ‘per user’ basis so they are not left with redundant licences. This reduces the risk of longer term financial implications.
Because open source software is available publicly, a large number of developers contribute and analyse the code. This peer review process constantly increases the quality and makes it more secure. The DLE and Totara code, for example, can be scrutinised by anyone and can easily be reviewed against an organisations internal policies and standards.
By virtue of their collaborative design, many user-facing open source products are intuitive for the user.
The ever-growing Moodle community of developers and users, just like our customers, means that Moodle is fast to respond to web 2.0 trends. With thousands of development projects on the go at any given time, open source in general is more reliable with faster updates.
You don’t pay for software licensing so acquisition, implementation and development costs are typically lower than for proprietary software.
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Compared to proprietary alternatives, open source software can be more cost effective, more secure and easier to maintain and develop as organisations needs grow.
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