Introducing Capsim LMS Integration

Post by Capsim
May 19, 2017

Over the past 10+ years I’ve been with Capsim, one thing has remained constant—in everything we do, our customers come first.

I started my journey at Capsim as a Customer Relationship Consultant. Every day I partnered with instructors to help them to create a successful learning experience for their students. More recently, I transitioned into a Product Manager position. While I’m not on the phone with customers every day, they are still the main driving force behind my decisions.

When Capsim decided to integrate with our customers’ most commonly used Learning Management Systems, it wasn’t a surprise to me. We are always striving to improve our users’ experience, making things easier for professors and student alike. I’m happy to say that we have successfully completed integrations with the following Learning Management Systems so far:

  • Canvas
  • Blackboard
  • Sakai
  • Brightspace
  • Moodle
  • Schoology

You might be wondering how all this benefits you. For starters, Single Sign-On (SSO) is now available. SSO allows you and your students to access our products directly from your LMS, such as Canvas or Blackboard, without having to use any other log in credentials. After testing this functionality with users, we realized there was an even bigger benefit to SSO than just saving time—it completely removed the possibility of students accessing the wrong section in our products.

Single Sign-On is just the first step in our LMS integration plan. We are also working on grade and group synchronization. This functionality will allow all scoring and group information to automatically flow between our products and your LMS.

I’m excited about the potential of our LMS integration initiative and how it can make our users’ lives easier. If you are interested in learning more, visit the page below and fill out the form.

Ron Duran
Project Manager

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