If you’ve been following our blog, you’ve heard us talk about a new feature we just added to Rustici Engine 2019 called content connectors. So we’re excited to share that our first connector is now available for the GO1 Premium content catalog

What does this mean for you and your customers?

In the latest version of Rustici Engine, now you can add the ability for your customers to seamlessly search and import content from the GO1 Premium content library directly into your LMS platform. We have worked closely with the GO1 team to do the heavy lifting to build an integration between the GO1 content library and the Rustici Engine. So you can now have this content readily available in your LMS and we handle all of the technical details managing the integration.

This prebuilt integration removes the friction and extra steps for your customers, especially when they’re sourcing content and uploading and assigning it in your platform. Not only have we removed the hassle that comes with finding and loading content, now your customers can directly connect to a library that includes over 50,000 titles from the world’s leading content providers—all while staying within your application. 

What happens next?

If you’re a current Rustici Engine customer, you can get started in just a few steps. With Engine 2019, you’ll find an additional API that enables your application to access content from any of of our pre-built integrations, starting with GO1. Let us know if you’re ready to take the next step to take advantage of this connector and start offering your customers even more content options in your application. 

Not already using Engine? Let’s talk about how Engine can help your application seamlessly connect with GO1 and also handle all of the work when it comes to supporting SCORM, xAPI, cmi5, and AICC.

For more information about our announcement, you can read our official press release here.

Tammy knew what SCORM was several years before joining Rustici Software, and she’s not even a standards dork. She’s the Director of Accounts and Marketing, the general wearer of lots of hats. She’s also an Iron(wo)Man many times over.