Catalyst – New Zealand’s Moodle partner expands its services to Australia & UK as certified Moodle partner #Moodle

Catalyst – Certified Moodle partner from New Zealand have extended their decade long expertise with Moodle as the newly appointed Moodle partners in Australia and UK. Now Catalyst can deliver Edtech services in Australia and UK and empower the educators in these countries as the Certified Moodle Partner.

In a recent announcement, Moodle HQ and Catalyst announced the new collaboration. Catalyst became the Moodle partner in 2005 and since then provides high quality edtech and technological services. They are the specials in large-scale Moodle development, integration, long-term support and hosting.

Catalyst is also the co-founders of Totara LMS and core developers and maintainers of the Mahara project. Catalyst’s commitment to work with their clients to meet the best outcomes makes them the leading open source technologists in New Zealand. They want to bring the same vision and passion for their new clients in Australia and UK and to meet the growing demand of digital education.

Catalyst - New Zealand's Moodle partner expands its services to Australia & UK #MoodleOn this special occasion, Mike O’Connor, Catalyst’s Chairman commented:

Being a long-standing Moodle contributor from our New Zealand’s roots, we are thrilled to bring our UK and Australia divisions into Moodle’s Partner Program. As specialists in the delivery of open source solutions, we know Moodle to be a stand-out for representing the best values of open source projects. It is exciting that we can work closely with Moodle to help, where we can, to continue Moodle’s charge and mission into Australia and the UK.

Martin Dougiamas – CEO & Founder of Moodle project, said:

I congratulate Catalyst on their achievement of becoming a Certified Moodle Services Provider in Australia and the UK. We have been working in partnership with Catalyst over the last 12 years to provide quality edtech solutions to many of New Zealand’s education institutions, organisations and workplaces. We are now looking forward to working more together to meet the continued demand for digital education in Australia and the UK through the provision of powerful and flexible tools in Moodle.

Extension of Catalyst in Australia and UK have increased the total Moodle partners count to an all time high number of 90. With more than 250 staff worldwide, Catalyst is all set to appease the new clients. For more details about the services offered by Catalyst, check out their official website http://www.catalyst.net.nz/

Best wishes to whole Catalyst team from MoodleWorld.

Jaswinder Singh

Jaswinder Singh, passionate about using Moodle in improving the Indian Education System and reaching the students in far flung areas where still education seems to be a impossible prospect of life. He is the author of the popular Moodle Book "How to use Moodle 2.7". In October 2016, Jaswinder was elected as the Moodle User's Association Committee member - the first to make it from India.

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