EdCast launched a self-service integration framework for its Learning/Talent Experience Platform so it can provide connections to a wide range of applications and content providers quickly. The new integrations enable EdCast as well as its customers to launch new integrations more quickly. At its upcoming Future of Work Summit, kicking off recently, the company announced the integration hub and will demonstrate it.

Bhaskar Deka, SVP and Global Head of Products and AI at EdCast, said, “To provide a world-class talent experience, businesses need the ability to rapidly connect to multiple disparate systems in a customer environment. We recognize that companies utilize a heterogeneous set of applications along with work environments that vary widely. With EdCast Integration Hub, we are able to quickly deploy readily-accessible connectors to thousands of different applications, whether they are pre-built or new developments, to facilitate seamless integrations.”

EdCast integration hub helps developers develop low-code and no-code integrations. Both customer and EdCast-managed versions are available in the integration hub. A managed model enables EdCast to handle all aspects of template creation and integration. Customization of connectors is possible in the customer-managed model.

The integration hub includes the following capabilities:

  • Pre-packaged integrations: Integrations with content providers, enterprise applications, and talent management partners
  • EdCast allows customer teams to customize and control connectors and workflows based on their requirements
  • Error monitoring and automated workflows for better error detection