No SaaS Platform is an Island

When choosing an LMS or any other software application, it is important to ensure you can access the data it creates and hosts. It is also important that you can share that data with other systems when needed. In this post, we explain the difference between a productized integration and one created with the use of an API. If you are implementing an LMS currently you may be leafing through feature pages and reviewing answers to an RFP – “Can you integrate the system with something like our HR system or our CRM?”,“Do you have an API?” Let’s take a look at what an API is, and how it can help share data across two systems.

Using a two-way API

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