LMS365

Learning management system (LMS) for the digital workplace

About LMS365

LMS365, formerly known as Sharepoint LMS, is a modern, cloud-based, and secure learning management system for digital workplaces. The system allows managers to create courses, identify training materials, and ensure the participation of employees in the training that they are required to complete.

LMS365 delivers training in context, anytime and anywhere, and on any device that is familiar with SharePoint and Office 365 environments. It also blends learning technology into business productivity functions that are connected to the workforce. LMS365 lets employees start, resume and complete training courses and modules across devices, and track progress throughout.

Users can customize and configure online training within LMS365 using existing Microsoft competencies. It has intuitive features that make it easy for the user to respond to training needs without any system integration or unwanted complexity.

With the course and content management features, users can create courses from scratch and manage them by leveraging the SharePoint and Office 365 platforms. LMS365 also lets users combine classroom training and online learning with webinars for a full learning experience.

LMS comes fully integrated with Microsoft Teams, Office 365 and SharePoint, and its modern API allows users to connect LMS data with CRM data, HRIS solutions, and ERP systems. It is also fully integrated with Azure Active Directory.

Key benefits of LMS365

• Allows learners to access courses, learning plans, progress reports, and certificates from anywhere with Office 365 and SharePoint.

• The LMS365 learning management system can also be extended and integrated with other apps including ERP systems, CRM platforms, and more.

• The course creation wizard allows businesses to create courses from scratch and build advanced modules within each course.

• LMS365 leverages engagement tools such as gamification, leaderboards, and social learning to encourage learners to participate.

• Users can build multiple course types to suit different learning styles, including online learning, classroom training, webinars, and blended learning.

Devices

Business size

S M L

Markets

United States, United Kingdom, Germany

Supported Languages

English, French, German, Spanish

Images

Works in teams to complete training courses
The admin view gives administrators an overview of course progress for each employee
The portal frontpage give employees an overview of courses
All courses can be found and searched for within the catalog
Employees can view their assigned training modules
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LMS365 screenshot: Works in teams to complete training courses LMS365 screenshot: The admin view gives administrators an overview of course progress for each employee LMS365 screenshot: The portal frontpage give employees an overview of courses LMS365 screenshot: All courses can be found and searched for within the catalog LMS365 screenshot: Employees can view their assigned training modules

Features

Total features of LMS365: 30

  • API
  • Active Directory Integration
  • Blended Learning
  • Business Intelligence
  • Calendar Management
  • Certification Management
  • Chat
  • Compliance Management
  • Content Library
  • Content Management
  • Course Authoring
  • Dashboard Creation
  • Email Integration
  • Gamification
  • Instant Messaging
  • Learning Management
  • Online Catalog
  • Progress Reports
  • Progress Tracking
  • Reminders
  • Reporting & Statistics
  • Room Booking
  • SCORM Compliance
  • Search Functionality
  • Self-Learning
  • Skills Tracking
  • Task Scheduling
  • Third Party Integration
  • Training Management
  • Visual Analytics

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Reviews

Overall rating

4,7 /5
(20)
Value for Money
4,7/5
Features
4,4/5
Ease of Use
4,5/5
Customer Support
4,6/5

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Matteo Q.
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  • Industry: Professional Training & Coaching
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

LMS365 is ok for any training needs

Reviewed on 2018/12/08

It allows to manage all the company training, not only online but also classrooms, so you can have...

It allows to manage all the company training, not only online but also classrooms, so you can have all the information regarding you workforce skills in one place. It is very useful for compliance training (GDPR, and so on) as it traces if people have read and aknowledged documents with company policies and rules and if they have passed quizzes focused on those kind of topics.

Pros

This platform is so full and well integrated with Office 365 that seems to be natively part of it.
The implementation is smooth and simple and training features evolve at the speed of the Cloud to take advantage of all the new stuff that is costantly released by Microsoft.
It can also be accessed by external users of the Organization with no need a Microsoft Office 365 license.

Cons

Sometimes the system could be perceived as a little bit slow in terms of peformances, but that hasn't a real impact on its effectiveness.

Eric M.
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  • Industry: Consumer Goods
  • Company size: 1 001-5 000 Employees
  • Used Daily for 6-12 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Technology Point of View for LMS 365

Reviewed on 2019/09/06

The experience we have had with the LMS 365 platform is rooted in their support and listening to...

The experience we have had with the LMS 365 platform is rooted in their support and listening to customer feedback. Whenever we have experienced any issues we have received excellent support. When we have given feedback on improvements, that feedback has been incorporated into the platform. Support and listening to your customers is foundational for a great overall experience and the LMS 365 team delivers.

Pros

The reason why I enjoy working with the platform is the native integration into our existing platforms. For our user base, this means a familiar login and navigation through their corporate credentials (Azure AD) and SharePoint. For our platforms administrators integration with tools such as Forms and Stream. For the technology team integration into existing security capabilities by using Azure AD groups and roles. Being able to extend the platform through Microsoft Flow and Microsoft Power BI is a tremendous benefit.

Cons

There are some minor feature enhancements we would like to see in the product. An example of this is dynamic starting and ending dates for training based on our employees hire dates. However, this con has been overcome by one of the pros to the platform, which is the ability for us to extend the LMS 365 by leveraging existing tools such as Microsoft Flow.

Kathy B.
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  • Industry: Outsourcing/Offshoring
  • Company size: 1 001-5 000 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 1+ year
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  • Likelihood to recommend 1.0 /10

Initially excited, but overall disappointed

Reviewed on 2019/05/30

We were excited to introduce this tool into our environment, and while there are some big benefits...

We were excited to introduce this tool into our environment, and while there are some big benefits (quick course setup, administration is easy), there are detractors that outweigh the benefits. Completing courses takes too long for employees, they are forced to go back in time and time again, because of the way that the systems completes courses. Support has been unable to identify the issues and their only solution is to move to the cloud (not a viable option at this point).

Pros

The application provided for an on-premise solution, which our organization was very interested in.

Cons

Latency, freezing, course completion is spotty. It's not meant for an organization of our size.

Response from ELEARNINGFORCE International

Dear Kathy. I'm Lars Vestergaard, CEO of ELEARNINGFORCE, the makers of LMS365. I'm very sorry to learn that you've experienced problems with our On-premises version. We'll do whatever we can to fix this. This review is placed under our Cloud SaaS solution, which is an entirely different product from the one you have, running On-premises. As such, I would ask if you would consider removing it? We'll mark it more clearly that this is our Cloud offering, unrelated to running our SharePoint LMS on-premises.

Ulrika H.
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Best solution for learning in the modern digital workplace

Reviewed on 2020/10/22

Overall, I beleive the LMS365 solution is a perfect solution for all customers that have invested...

Overall, I beleive the LMS365 solution is a perfect solution for all customers that have invested in Microsoft 365. It makes perfect sense to provide learning to users in their day to day tools. Also, in today's fast paced business environment, learning needs to be provided to users on a continous basis.

Pros

We have been working with and using numerous different course platforms. What really stands out with LMS365 is the integration with the Microsoft stack and the Microsoft end-user productivity tools. Being able to provide users with learning right from within the tools they use every day (Microsoft Teams, SharePoint their mobile) is extremely powerful. I also really like the people that work at ELEARNINGFORCE. They are all very supportive and helpful.

Cons

The course creation process is divided into two steps - one is creating the outline of the course, the second is creating the learning content itself. Once you get used to this, it is straight-forward and logical. But since this is a bit different setup than other course creator tools it takes some getting used to.

Luisa M.
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  • Industry: Information Technology & Services
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 6-12 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Implementation at lightning speed with a few convenience-features missing

Reviewed on 2019/06/19

We provide numerous trainings and training plans for new and existing employees as well as...

We provide numerous trainings and training plans for new and existing employees as well as customers. As we do not have the resources to go for expensive authoring tools or buy SCORM packages, it is super convenient that we can use our existing materials and just create our courses from those. Also, we highly appreciate the O365 integration and all the involved usage benefits (support, login, interfaces, ...)!

Pros

Seemlessly integrates into Office 365, which makes user adoption as well as onboarding of your users extremely simple and fast. Also, once you understood how it works, it offers many, many possibilities. With Microsoft Flow being connected those possibilities become even more numerous. LMS365 offers you the ability to keep it simple and just throw your materials in (say: pdf, ppt, videos, ...), or go full e-learning beast mode and create highly visual learning stories in the authoring tool of your choice. The thing I like most about it is, that it isnt just another software silo with new credentials and interface that makes your daily work life harder.

Cons

It clearly misses some features currently, but at least they update the software regularly, so many issues get resolved if you just wait a couple of months. The ability to copy/duplicate courses is one thing that really bugs me, as well as the lack of more diverse roles (for example the distinction between administrative and content responsibility) and some rather complicated clickpaths. I'm optimistic they'll overcome their little teething problems though.

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LMS365 FAQs

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LMS365 offers the following pricing plans:

  • Pricing model: Subscription
  • Free Trial: Available

Contact eLearningForce for pricing information.

LMS365 offers the following features:

  • Blended Learning
  • Certification Management
  • Gamification
  • SCORM Compliance
  • Skills Tracking

LMS365 has the following typical customers:

Small Business, Large Enterprises, Mid Size Business

LMS365 supports the following languages:

English, French, German, Spanish

LMS365 supports the following devices:

Android, iPhone, iPad

LMS365 integrates with the following applications:

Box, Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint

LMS365 offers the following support options:

Phone Support, Online Support, FAQs, Video Tutorials

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