Learning-software company Moodle raises $6 million



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The company has over 118 million users

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Learning-software company Moodle has raised $6 million.

The Australian company, which started in 2011, counts more than 118 million users of its learning-management software in businesses, organizations and schools, including Open University in the U.K., the United Nations, World Vision International, and the U.S. Department of Defence.

France-based Education for the Many is committing $6 million to expand Moodle’s free, open-source software.

“Education of the largest number of people will be the number one solution to living better together,” says Julien Leclercq, CEO of Education for the Many’s parent organization, the Leclercq family office.

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