The AMS is usually a membership organization’s database. The AMS stores members’ contact information and information on their interactions with the organization. An LMS can utilize AMS to verify if a potential user is a member and take relevant action. It may automatically enroll the member in certain courses or apply a discount. A Learning Management System (LMS) allows an organization to handle membership data from a single location. Thus, a business does not need different accounts for each software system. The LMS can also send learner data back to the AMS. So, no numerous logins, no emailing the education or certification staff to validate credit, etc.
Paradiso understands the need for association membership management and their demand for premium content to share globally. Paradiso LMS can create gamified mobile content, simulations, interactive films, and more. Paradiso LMS is the most adaptable, user-friendly, comprehensive, and result-driven platform. It is used by millions of people globally and is the best solution for saving time and money.
When integrated with AMS, a broad feature set and seamless integrations are provided by Paradiso for the customers. Not to mention the complete functionality of single sign-on, catalog, eCommerce, reporting, and predefined workflows when AMS is integrated with the LMS. Also, AMS learning is highly complimented when integrated with a robust LMS like Paradiso.
The significance of an LMS- AMS integration is enormous. By looking through the LMS's offers, your members can learn about new educational and professional opportunities.
Complex continuing education demands can be managed via association management system, and a large archive of eLearning content can be built.
Find innovative ways to bring in non-dues revenue streams with Paradiso LMS for associations management system.
The integration opens both systems to share and migrate data easily. All AMS inputs get available in the LMS and avoids duplication of activity.
Finally, as a learner accesses courses and other materials in the LMS, the system collects information such as time spent in a course, assessment results, and course completion. AMS frequently needs to know about course completion and the awarding of continuing education credits or certifications. When an AMS integrates with a powerful LMS system, real-time system communication happens.
Association for systems management with LMS can keep user data updated with shared user log-in credentials. Learners can go effortlessly from your website to your e-learning catalog to your member page, quickly discovering the instructional content they need. Your integration determines how user data is transferred between LMS and your AMS.
Quizzes, assessments, checkpoints, attendance, scores, and completions, as well as credits earned through both systems, can all be used to track student progress. Through their AMS member profile, users can better understand their AMS learning path.
Even with multi-level member pricing options, pass e-commerce and registration data to a single system of record. With AMS integration, you have the freedom to select the data that best suits your needs and e-learning goals (use your AMS, a third-party CMS, or our native storefront).
To avoid duplication of effort, enter learning courses into your AMS admin while populating the learning module. Manage course revisions and updates from your AMS, and these changes will be seamlessly pushed to the LMS, eliminating the need for duplicate data entry.
Most LMSs charge for course access. To allow users access, the LMS must be notified of any e-commerce purchases. Instant messaging is now easier using XML Web services. The courses a member buys are usually recorded. Even if the LMS collects this data, the AMS is notified. This means the LMS provider does not have to collect money. The LMS e-commerce system deposits payments straight into your merchant account.