LMS365 is partnering with DistriSoft, a company specialized in the field of eLearning, the company announced today. Through this partnership, DistriSoft will become a valued partner for LMS365 offering expertise around online learning in the French market.
“We are welcoming DistriSoft as a new LMS365 partner in France. Since DistriSoft has a long history in the learning segment we are looking forward to this new partnership with CEO Jean-Claude Michel and his team. This new partnership will undoubtedly strengthen our position in the French market and be a valuable element in LMS365 claiming its fair share of the LMS market in France.”
Mads Nikolaj Bessing, Senior Business Manager at LMS365.
DistriSoft can now deliver LMS365, the only learning platform built into Microsoft 365, to support the training needs of its clients. For DistriSoft, this integration into Microsoft Teams means that they can meet evolving requirements and enable employees’ learning in the flow of work. This means meeting learners’ where they are providing a flexible and engaging learning experience.
“LMS365 is entirely aligned with the recent changes and necessities revealed by the health crisis. Integrated into Microsoft SharePoint, and responding to the widespread use of Microsoft Teams, it accelerates and improves access to training in companies. Highly recommended by Microsoft, the added value of LMS365 is undeniable and we are pleased to be the French partner of LMS365.”
Jean-Claude Michel, CEO at DistriSoft Group.
Created 20 years ago in 2001, DistriSoft has since become one of the major players in the Digital Learning world in France. DistriSoft offers a wide range of applications and services covering most of the needs of companies and organizations in terms of digital training and skills development. Our purpose is to support the company’s efforts and will to create, preserve and develop its human resources, without forgetting to secure its investments. As a result, we meet the criteria of companies that expect advice, simplicity, and pragmatism to make learning effective and productive.