Hi Tara, yes, I wondered why someone would be reactivating a thread now 6 years, and mumbledy-mumbledy versions, old. First, please remember that Moodle's original intent was as a learning tool for schools. The fact that it has been seized and utilized by other organizations for their own training purposes was an unforeseen consequence of it being more than just a tool useful in a limited range of applications, (you cannot use a flat screwdriver on Phillips head screws for example.) Moodle can be used for not just training, but as you can see with the forums here, it does a good job for hosting forums.
The real benefit of being Open Source is that others can take the base code and manipulate it for their own purposes. Moodle is a tool that is in constant development, in constant flux, what it doesn't do this week, it probably will next, or the one after, While other, proprietary tools, make the same claim,development is slow, reactions to changing conditions is slower. When they speed it up, as did Adobe with the first, (and likely last) ever 0.5 version, (CS5.5,) speeding things up can also have its downside in a proprietary tool.
Of course, if your company has used Moodle at its core, then the SCORM 2004/TinCan module might be compatible as a pligin. That might help.... .