Your customers, partners, and employees spend their days in Salesforce. What if they had access to all relevant training right in that environment – when they need it? They never have to leave their Salesforce environment to learn something new or to refresh their memory. The Absorb LMS Connector enables your customers, partners, and employees to meet their full potential by delivering learning content directly within Salesforce.
Experience a High-Performance Native CRM Integration
Your sales teams can assign and sell new training to clients; operations can report on training ROI; and customer service can ensure clients have the most up-to-date product training. Moreover, with single sign-on functionality, your employees can learn in-the-flow and won’t have to remember two separate login details. Whether your training is a support tool or a product to be sold, having on-the-spot learning access within Salesforce will prove invaluable—saving time, shortening your sales cycle, and boosting revenue.
Why use Absorb LMS Connector for Salesforce?
Analyze learner activity
Target learning content
Training for everyone
FAQs about Absorb LMS Connector for Salesforce
How does the Absorb LMS Connector for Salesforce improve the learner experience for my employees?
In addition to the content showcased on the home page, employees with access to Salesforce can browse a targeted course catalog, self-enroll, and consume the course without ever leaving Salesforce.com. Interrupted training can be resumed with a click—launching them back to where they left off.
Why is it better to choose an LMS connector for Salesforce that makes content native to Salesforce rather than using iFrames?
Making LMS content native to Salesforce creates an immersive, streamlined user experience that isn't possible with iFrames. Beyond that, you'll avoid the security risks and usability issues commonly associated with iFrames.
Does the Absorb LMS Connector for Salesforce automatically complete data syncs?
Yes, the app automatically syncs data approximately every 60 minutes—typically at the top and bottom of the hour.