Customers of the iSpring Learn learning management system (LMS) can now connect to no less than six additional platforms with a view to streamlining processes – ProctorEdu, BambooHR, Albato, Bitrix24, OrangeHRM, and Salesforce.
Katia Cuomo, head of integration projects at iSpring Solutions, said the integrations would drive efficiency and optimisation, assisting productivity.
“Software integrations are an essential part of a company’s productivity. We believe that these new integrations will enable businesses around the world to automate routine processes and focus more on their top-priority tasks,” Cuomo said in the announcement.
The iSpring Learn LMS is a cloud-based platform involved across the training cycle, from developing lessons or tutorials to automating their delivery, tracking learner progress and evaluating learner or employee performance.
The integrations will build on current capabilities with a view to linking the platform more tightly to organisational processes.
ProctorEdu provides online monitoring, recording, and evaluation of learner behaviour during online tests and exams; integrated with iSpring Learn, it allows trainers or employers to make online assessments and certification processes even more reliable, according to the announcement.
The Salesforce CRM platform is essentially a marketing, sales and e-commerce enabler, while BambooHR and OrangeHRM are both about streamlining human resources processes and routines; data and training will now be synchronisable with iSpring Learn, the vendor added.
Bitrix24 was described as a multi-component automation, and marketing suite for online collaboration.
“Now, iSpring Learn users can enjoy the automatic addition of employees and departments to the LMS, relieving administrators of the need to spend time on this task,” the vendor said in the announcement.
And with the no-code data automation platform Albato, iSpring Learn users can potentially connect up to 400 apps on their own, without needing the help of in-house technical support, the vendor explained.