We’re proud to have been named the 2020 EMEA Moodle Partner of the Year
“Our new VLE equips the Society with the platform to provide CPD, qualifications and end-point apprentice assessments in a flexible and interactive way”
– The British Psychological Society
We’re always seeking to push the boundaries of what’s possible with Moodle and stay ahead of the latest e-learning trends. Starting with the Moodle core as a base, our Moodle development team creates innovative add-ons to extend the functionality of the platform.
Whatever your idea, there’s usually more than one way of bringing it to life. Our experienced team of developers are experts in finding effective and efficient solutions to the most complex problems – it’s what we thrive on.
In collaboration with you, we’ll draw up a solution design which incorporates each individual requirement of your brief and lays out how the final product might look. With the final concept agreed, we’ll combine all the necessary elements into a specification document which outlines each detail of the build.
We’ll consult with you to identify areas of your business that could be enhanced or made more efficient by bespoke Moodle development.
Our team can customise Moodle to match your workflows and processes, ensuring your learning platform is in sync with your business at all levels.
By automating manual tasks, increasing usability, and adding functionality, custom development can deliver substantial savings.
If you’re using legacy software without a current integration with Moodle, we can develop interfaces to share data and reduce administration.
We can build on the reporting features within Moodle to provide custom dashboards and push reporting to key stakeholders.
We’ve helped a number of clients extend the functionality of their Moodle to open new revenue streams by monetising access to their content.
Our agile development process allows us to provide you with regular updates on the build process, and adapt to any unforeseen issues which may occur along the way.
We’ll help you put together a beta testing programme including user groups and test scripts, which will feed into the final stages of bug fixing and adjustments to arrive at a polished and complete product ready to be put live.
“The team at Titus is super supportive and knowledgeable. We had a dedicated team helping us set up and implement the system. They really helped us address some functionality issues through current plugins and advising us on further development.”
Moodle is an open-source LMS written in PHP and currently distributed under the GNU General Public License.
The first step we take when consulting with clients on new Moodle plugins is to establish whether a plugin or a combination of plugins already exists which will meet the requirements. if not, our development team will create a new plugin from scratch to your precise specifications.
Yes, Moodle has a number of APIs, which are used when creating new plugins. Examples include the Access API, as well as APIs for logging, navigation, files and upgrades. Further information can be found at moodle.org.
Moodle is fully compatible with the following databases: MySQL, PostgreSQL, MS SQL 2005 and Oracle. Other databases may be usable with some development work.
Mnay of our clients use Moodle as a platform to host content or courses for which they can charge an access fee, either on an item-by-item basis or in the form of a subscripton. We have delivered a number of projects integrating Moodle with widely used payment systems to facilitate this.
– Peta-Marche Fee, British Psychological Society
If you’ve got an idea and want some assistance bringing it to life, speak to one of our team about the development process.