Redline Assured Security (RAS) is a global software and training provider, offering security solutions to the aviation, national infrastructure and defence sectors including training, quality assurance, auditing, and risk management software.
RAS uses Totara Learn to deliver over 280 security e-learning courses to over 50,000 learners worldwide, in 12 languages. They approached Titus as part of their search for a new hosting provider, as they were unsatisfied with their existing service. After a competitive shortlisting process, Titus emerged as the leading candidate and was commissioned to design a custom hosting solution.
Our solutions architects collaborated closely with RAS in-house stakeholders to design an AWS-based hosting solution which would raise performance across the board while targeting key areas of concern raised during their contract with the legacy supplier.
Our work with RAS has allowed them to increase the resilience, reliability and performance of their global e-learning offering while benefitting from expert, proactive support from a Totara Certified Partner.
As a global training provider facilitating mission-critical learning, the resilience and stability of the RAS Totara Learn implementation was a crucial factor.
Titus deployed multi-zone AWS hosting infrastructure including load balancing and intelligent elastic scaling to ensure exceptional uptime and performance even under high demand.
The RAS Totara platform uses a number of specialist features to support learning delivery, including a multi-tenancy setup, multi-language capability and highly segmented audiences.
As a Certified Totara Partner, Titus is able to provide both the technical expertise and platform-specific knowledge needed to ensure that the underlying hosting infrastructure supports and facilitates this surface-level complexity.
In addition to supporting the current iteration of Totara Learn for the RAS global user base, Titus continues to work closely with the company’s stakeholders on future innovations and extensions to the platform.
With significant growth in users and time-on-site expected over the next 3 years, Titus has developed a product roadmap to preempt new requirements, including potential integration of the Totara Mobile App to improve accessibility and user engagement.
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