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Pro-Sapien, LMS365
March 6, 2019
40 minutes

Training information is a crucial leading indicator in EHS management, so it's unsurprising that Learning Management Systems (LMS) are a top desirable of EHS leaders in 2019. Pro-Sapien has partnered with LMS365 to give you the software tools you need, all in one familiar location - but how does it work?

LMS365 is the leading LMS on Office 365. Since Pro-Sapien is the leading EHS software on Office 365, it made sense for us to team up - to remove yet more silos and encourage a more connected approach to EHS.

In this 40-minute webinar, you can expect to learn:

  • The benefits of integrating with Office 365
  • Taking a training course in LMS365 as a learner
  • Editing/creating a training course with the Learning Module Builder
  • Analyzing LMS365 and Pro-Sapien data together in Power BI

Whether you're an existing Pro-Sapien or LMS365 client, or new to us altogether, you'll come away with ideas for improvement at your own company. Watch the recording today.

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Presented By

Murray Ferguson, Pro-Sapien

Murray is one of the Directors at Pro-Sapien Software and has been involved in providing business intelligence IT solutions to some of the world's largest companies for over 15 years. Since 2012, Murray has led Pro-Sapien to become the go-to vendor of EHS solutions on Office 365.

Travis Campbell, LMS365

Travis has worked in the Microsoft ISV space for many years is now part of LMS365 as a Senior Business Manager. His focus is on developing the UK, Irish and ANZ markets for the LMS365 product suite. In addition, he handles sales both direct and through partners in the previously mentioned markets.

Hannah Stewart, Pro-Sapien

Hannah Stewart manages the Marketing & Communications team at Pro-Sapien, and has been with the company since graduating with a BA Hons in Communications in 2015. Hannah has a keen interest in technology advancements and enjoys engaging EHS professionals in conversations about how the profession will be affected by such changes.