LMS System Integration with Single Sign On (SSO), OAuth, API’s, Webhooks, IP Restrictions.
Some of you simply need more than the standard LMS package. Perhaps you need to integrate your LMS into your HR Information System (HRIS) or even payroll system like ADP. You might be asked to provide a seamless Single Signon SSO bridge for your users to easily log into your LMS using their existing network user logins. How do you go about persuading the powers that be that seamless integration is even possible and won’t break the bank? Simple. You talk to eLeaP. As a cloud-based learning management platform, you don’t need expensive servers and other IT expenses, eLeaP is able to be accessed from any device or platform anytime and from any location as well as easily integrate with many third party enterprise systems
Here are four simple yet powerful features which will solve your problems:
eLeaP API – Cloud-based Learning Management Applications
The eLeaP API consists of a set of callable methods. To perform an action using the API, simply send a request to an API endpoint and a response will then be sent back to you. If you don’t have an API account, contact eLeaP to register and activate your API account. The API enables organizations to remotely perform advanced activities in their eLeaP LMS instance.
For example you want to automatically set up new employees as they are enrolled in your HR or Payroll system? Use the API to get this going easily and automatically.
Do you need to send your own email notifications when new users are enrolled in the system? Simply use the API to mute the default eLeaP notifications.
Do you need to assign trainings based on some advance internal metrics? Use the eLeaP API to automatically enroll users in User Groups, assign them to courses (individually or as a group) and create and add courses to Training Paths and of course automatically assign these blocks of Training Path courses to individuals or user groups. To learn more about the eLeaP API, contact us here.
Single Sign-on (SAML 2.0)
Because of the explosion in technology for the workplace, many of us have to manage multiple logins for multiple applications we use at work. Wouldn’t it be nice if you don’t have to remember another new user login and password? And if you are a network admin, do you really want to manage all the passwords of your users for their multiple applications?
Single Sign-on (SAML) is a technology which allows users to access multiple systems from a single login. So imagine your sales manager needs to log into their Salesforce account and then take some sales training in their eLeaP account. Instead of having them log into two (or more) systems, you give them a single sign-on to log into your network and then they simply click on icons to access the various applications authorized for their account. Here are instructions on how to set up SAML 2.0 using Okta.
So why do we tell you all this? Because eLeaP has full single sign-on capabilities. Whether you use Microsoft Azure, Okta, Onelogin, or your own SSO provider, eLeaP can work with you to get your SSO set up. Contact us to discuss this.
Single Sign-on (OAuth 2.0)
eLeaP currently supports OAuth 2 using Google and Facebook accounts for logging into the system. Given the wide adoption of OAuth, this provides 3rd party systems with a ready to deploy capability of integrating eLeaP into their applications. Contact us to discuss getting OAuth enabled on your account.
eLeaP Enterprise Account
Sometimes, one is simply not enough. What if you need to manage multiple instances of eLeaP? What if another department or factory location or country headquarters wants their own instance of eLeaP? What if you are a consultant who needs to help your clients use online learning to save time and money? What then?
The eLeaP Enterprise account is your answer. With eLeaP Enterprise, you can create and manage multiple instances of eLeaP including adding courses from one account to another, creating users and courses and even accessing tracking reports from one single dashboard account.
While we will be first to say, turn on the taps and let them take training where ever, when ever and how ever, we do understand that sometimes corporate policy requires you to turn off access to your applications from off site locations. We understand the security implications. So if you need to restrict access for your eLeaP instance to specific locations (IP addresses), we are happy to comply.
Contact eLeaP to discuss any of these choices or even custom requirements you might have. We try to be as flexible as possible. Call us 1-877-624-7226 or email email@example.com