It's totally possible. However, since there is no existing plugins for this that is readily available, you'd have to create a custom plugin to do it.
If you have the necessary coding chops, you can get a flying start by generating the boilerplate over at pluginfactory.io.
If not, you can hire a programmer in the Craft community to do this for you. Posting ...
Not sure about specific integrations with Craft per se, but one way to achieve this fairly quickly is to integrate with SCORM Cloud's API. It is a SaaS offering that can be leveraged to add SCORM capability to just about any site, LMS, CMS, etc. Integrations with Moodle, WordPress, etc. already exist. See https://scorm.com/scorm-solved/scorm-cloud-features/
I was able to accomplish this by grabbing Craft Business Logic, stripping out most of the examples, and simply listening for a form submission:
craft()->on('sproutForms.onSaveEntry', function (Event $event)
$entry = $event->params['entry'];
$content = $entry->getContent()->getAttributes();
// Let's not pass fields we don't need
At the time of this posting, I don't know of any out of the box SugarCRM integration with Craft.
While Craft is quite capable of integrating with almost anything, the intro section in their docs also states that it's a CMS for people who build custom websites. There are millions of potential products with REST APIs and millions of different needs in how ...
Is there a Craft API to talk to?
Yes, but it depends on what sort of API you're talking about and you'll need a Craft plugin no matter what.
At the PHP level, Craft has a service layer API that plugins can utilize.
If you're looking for a web service API where you can configure what gets exposed so that 3rd party apps can consume Craft data, there is the ...
Ah yes, gallery2. Used that quite extensively a few years ago. Have a client with an old gallery2 project as well, we might be doing something with it, so we're probably in the same boat.
I can tell you the last time I looked into the gallery project, they were shutting it down. I have no idea where the project stands now, the original authors wanted ...