LMS365 Transforms Compliance, Security and Technology Training for Government Sector

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EDGEWATER, Md. and AARHUS, Denmark, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LMS365 reached 100% growth in the government sector in the past year due to the increasing demand for simple, easy-to-access training, the company announced today. Providing a learning management platform built directly into Microsoft 365, LMS365 is transforming how government […]

EDGEWATER, Md. and AARHUS, Denmark, Sept. 22, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — LMS365 reached 100% growth in the government sector in the past year due to the increasing demand for simple, easy-to-access training, the company announced today. Providing a learning management platform built directly into Microsoft 365, LMS365 is transforming how government agencies deliver, track and report on training to employees within their existing IT infrastructure and tools.

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Across local, state and federal government organizations, compliance and regulation requirements continue to grow as workforces become more dispersed with the rise of remote work. To ensure that employees at all levels of the organization receive access to necessary training and learning, these organizations need a centralized approach that fits into their regular workflows. LMS365 is available in Microsoft’s Government Community Cloud (GCC) Public and GCC High versions, providing a learning platform that’s built into Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams.

LMS365 offers government agencies with a full-featured learning platform built into their existing Microsoft 365 environment so they can:

  • Easily provide training to employees distributed across town or around the country
  • Deliver, track and report on training from one, centralized platform
  • Enable collaborative knowledge sharing, communication and learning
  • Avoid the high costs of standard classroom learning programs

LMS365’s integration into Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 enables government agencies to deliver training directly within their existing IT infrastructure and tools, eliminating user adoption issues and increasing productivity and retention. Not only does this help maximize the investment in Microsoft, but it also increases learning engagement and reduces overall administrative costs. More information on LMS365’s offering for state and local agencies can be found here.

Kevin Gallagher, Business manager, LMS365, said: “Given the complex set of compliance and regulatory requirements to maintain, coupled with a geographically dispersed workforce and COVID-19, government agencies need intuitive learning tools to easily push training out across an entire organization. At the same time, these organizations are looking to maximize their investment in their existing Microsoft 365 infrastructure. Our growth in this area demonstrates that LMS365 is meeting these needs with a modern learning platform built into organizations’ existing Microsoft 365 infrastructures.”

About LMS365:

LMS365 has 700+ enterprise and public customers with over 4 million users. 50+ trusted partners have implemented the solution in more than 40 countries, with customers in all sectors, and deployments ranging from a few hundred employees to 50,000+ employees. LMS365, a Microsoft Preferred Solution, is one of the fastest-growing cloud-based Learning Management Solutions in the market today. LMS365 provides a modern, integrated, and familiar learning experience as learning is now made possible within Microsoft Teams, Mobile and SharePoint Online. LMS365 is fast to install, highly configurable, easy to use and fully integrated with the rest of your digital workplace, including Office 365, SharePoint & Teams. Website: LMS365.com 

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