Posts by Tim Martin

Tim is the chief innovation and product officer with our parent company LTG, though he used to be CEO here at Rustici Software. If you’re looking for a plainspoken answer to a standards-based question, or to just play an inane game, Tim is your person.

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SCORM Cloud Click Through Edits::Nothing To See Here

We've made a couple of changes to the SCORM Cloud Click Through Agreement. Basically, they couldn't be less interesting, but we feel it's important to be overt with these sorts of things. If you're bored already, move right along. If not, the changes are as…

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Evolution :: Why the Cloud is cool…

Product evolution is a great thing. All of our products evolve, of course, but it takes an effort for our customers to include those evolutions. Yes, we make it very easy. But, successive releases of the SCORM Engine require that our customers download the new…

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SCORM Engine Performance

(I've posted this in several places, but I really want all of our customers to see it. My apologies if you've already read it.) If you're having any performance problems with the SCORM Engine, we have good solutions for you. This article in particular gives…

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A Sneak Peak::Reporting Concepts

We talk about living our company's life publicly a fair amount... so we're going to take another step in that regard here. We're in the early stages of creating an add-on product... something that could sit on top of the SCORM Engine and/or the SCORM…

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SCORM Cloud Pricing Tiers: The Edge of the Cliff

The SCORM Cloud is, well, it's a bit new. We've acknowledged all along that this is not how the learning industry has done things before. We like that; we're excited to be doing something a little different. It also means that we're going to be…

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SCORM Cloud Click Through Language Change

Legal documents are among my least favorite things about running a business. Yes, they're necessary, and I understand that. There are times, however, where wrangling over a few words in a contract worth $800 simply isn't worth it. (For my rationale, note that lawyers charge…

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Smart Customers, Simpler Explanations

We're nearing completion of a SCORM Driver implementation with a new customer (Honeytech) and have had reason to discuss with them one of our newer products, the SCORM Cloud. If you follow this blog, you've likely seen mention of the product here before. Frankly, for…

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Arrival

To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true success is to labor. --Robert Louis Stevenson OK, fine, he's right and all. Creating the new version of a product is fun and all. But shipping it, polishing it, finishing it, that's…

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SCORM Cloud Adoption

You know those framed dollars you used to see in restaurants? Where you walk up to the cash register to pay, and there, behind the cashier is a frame with a crinkly old dollar, torn, written on, but displayed proudly? (OK, so I'm not talking…

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“She picked us. She actually picked us!”

By background, Mike and I are both technical folks. We went to the same school, graduated from the same program. While we both speak conversational English (as opposed to off putting tech), neither of us has great expertise in marketing. Opinions? Yes. Expertise? Not so…

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A 2009.1 Tidbit

We've been slaving away on our SCORM Engine 2009.1 release around here and John stumbled upon something pretty exciting yesterday. I thought I'd go ahead and share it... Mind you, these are anecdotal, but fairly representative, numbers. We often use some old Photoshop courses, provided…

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