Don't think moodle will work
Well we made the move to Storyline because it had several features we liked for course content creation. But, we also liked the fact that is was up-to-date with the different versions of scorm 2004 and Tin Can. Our old software only exported as scorm 1.2.
With that out of the way, we now need to update our LMS. Initially we thought that moodle would be a good way to go. You can do allot of customization so that you can have the look and feel you want. And as a very small company the price for moodle was a plus.
When creating our initial course we discovered that with articulate storyline the only way to get tracking/reporting of individual questions was to export as scorm 2004. But I quickly found that moodle doesn't support scorm 2004.
The only way around this is to add in the rustici scorm cloud plugin, but I don't like the looks of the pricing they have for that.
So, if maybe you folks could provide a little insight on what you are using for an lms I would greatly appreciate it.
What we are looking for:
1. ecommerce so we can sell individual courses to home users
2. multiple admin roles and groups so that we could sell to school districts/schools.
3. customizable so that we can brand it as our own.
4. in depth reporting of student data.