Most LMS (learning management systems, such as Taleo Learn*, Saba, Moodle, Blackboard, SumTotal, etc.) can upload a SCORM package and run it in either SCORM 1.2 or 2004 compliance mode. Some of these systems allow you to upload a SCORM package as an IMS Cartridge as well (such as Moodle – but it may not be fully IMS CC compliant). However, I just “discovered” this software that will do the conversion for you: http://scorm2cc.codeplex.com/ (PC) – it will take a SCORM package and convert it to an IMS compliant cartridge. The PowerPoint quick reference for this tool and its limitations is available for download here: SCORM 2 CC – Icodeon. The IMS just released the beta version of their new standard, so this may now be dated software, but if you know how to read the code, you may be able to do the tweaks yourself. You have to love interoperability – the entire purpose behind the Sharable Content Object Reference Model and the IMS Common Cartridge format.
*Taleo purchased Learn.com in 2010 and forged Taleo Learn learning content management system (Learn.com was 2004 SCORM compliant in the past, so I can’t imagine it wouldn’t be in the present rendition but you should independently verify this).