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Accudemia Integration: We all working together

Since today, it’s possible to integrate your site and Accudemia. That means that users won’t need to login twice anymore; once they are on your site, it’s possible to access attendance, appointments, reports and a lot more things with just one click!

If you are developer, IT expert or at least you know one, you should check out the Accudemia’s developer resource center. Just click on Advanced – Developers on the menu if you’re a system administrator and you will see documentation, quick start guides for both Accudemia and ADX (our import tool), examples, and much more.

You can now have single sign-on across all your institution, including Accudemia. A good point to start is this guide:

http://code.google.com/p/accudemiaext/wiki/AccudemiaIntegration

You have working examples for ASP.NET and PHP site, and others are coming!

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