Totara LMS Receives U.S. Army’s Networthiness Certification

Totara-LMSTotara LMS announced on Monday that they have received the the U.S. Army’s Certificate of Networthiness, working with ASM Research to blend their learning management software with Army systems to market for federal clients.

ASM Research, an Accenture Federal Services company, was selected to aid in the development of Totara’s Solution Partner Network, providing technical support and delivering solutions with ongoing customer support.

John Fraser, executive vice president and COO of ASM Research said that the company has a long history of integrating new functions into existing systems and enterprises.

“The Certificate of Networthiness program reassures government and commercial clients that they can have confidence in choosing a Totara solution and partner with ASM, an experienced integrator,” said Fraser.

The Army’s program is responsible for managing certain risks associated with information systems, working with companies like Totera to minimize security faults and impacts on IT systems.

“Our entire team is excited to be working with ASM Research to provide Totara LMS solutions to the federal government,” said Willem Boom, VP of Partner Solutions for Totara Learning, Inc. “Adding Totara to the Army’s Certification of Networthiness list is a great development that helps affirm the future of open source software.

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