With iSpring authoring tools, you can easily create .zip learning packages in a SCORM format ready for using in any SCORM learning environment.
iSpring Suite 8 flawlessly supports both SCORM 1.2 and SCORM 2004 formats with the extended features that come with them:
ADL Certification for SCORM
iSpring Solutions Inc. has been an official ADL partner since the 5th version of iSpring authoring tools was released (March 2, 2010). In order to get the partnership status, a vendor has to go through the certification procedure. It’s really important that your SCORM authoring tool is officially certified so it will work with most LMSs without any issues.
Tin Can API certification
iSpring is also one of the first Tin Can API Adopters (a successor to SCORM, also called xAPI). The version of Tin Can API currently supported by iSpring is 1.0.
Certification of older iSpring versions with ADL
Here is an Excel datasheet provided by ADL that shows the list of SCORM Adopters:
As per this datasheet, iSpring Suite 7.1 has been certified by ADL on June 11 and 12, 2015 with SCORM versions 1.2 and 2004, respectively.
SCORM conformance tests for authoring tool developers:
Choosing Authoring Tools by ADL
The ADL Instructional Design Team prepared a PDF document that should help you to choose the right Authoring Tool for your exact task. Check the chapters and categories where iSpring is mentioned:
4.1. Self-contained authoring environments
18.104.22.168. Desktop-based eLearning development tools - iSpring Suite®
4.4. Mobile learning development tools - iSpring Pro®
4.6. External document converter/optimizer tools
4.6.2. Desktop-based external document converter/optimizer tools - iSpring Suite®
4.8. Auxiliary tools
4.8.2. Specific interaction object creation tools - iSpring Quizmaker®
5.10. Standards support
5.10.6. Training and Learning Architecture (TLA) - As of March, 2014, the following authoring tools supported xAPI: iSpring Presenter
8.17. HTML5 format: iSpring Suite