How Microsoft Graph Informs LumApps Features

As of May 6, 2019, LumApps officially announced another major step in its partnership with Microsoft in using the Microsoft Graph latest innovations.

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Using the Latest Innovations to Build the Next Generation Digital Workplace

As of May 6, 2019, LumApps, the leading Social Intranet for enterprises, officially announced another major step in its partnership with Microsoft in using the Microsoft Graph latest innovations. Graph and its new capabilities will allow LumApps to bring a new and extended Microsoft Office 365 integration in its Social Intranet solution.


About LumApps

LumApps provides a smart digital workplace for corporate and team communication, mixing employee personalized experience, social communication & collaboration through rich communities and rich user/application directories. All of this and more are integrated within every enterprise productivity and collaboration suites.

LumApps is fully integrated with Office 365 so enterprises can combine communication, collaboration, productivity and social activities inside the same platform for employees. This end-to-end integration is now fully achieved thanks to the latest Microsoft developer platform, Microsoft Graph.


How Microsoft Graph improves LumApps user experience

Microsoft Graph provided LumApps the required flexibility in order to leverage all the Office 365 capabilities: from SharePoint online, for document management, to Microsoft Teams for real-time collaboration through the Azure Active Directory integration.

Not only does Microsoft Graph provide secure and well-documented means of Integrations (APIs), but it also provides LumApps access to the latest Microsoft innovations such as Graph Notification features, which enables the easy application of a user-centric push notification to LumApps.


This has been announced at Microsoft BUILD today! Read Microsoft’s blog post.


As part of the new features, notifications coming from LumApps and Office 365 are now merged into Graph Notification in order to be prioritized and pushed at the right time to the employee, providing higher notification relevancy to the end user. These notifications are pushed across all devices, whether mobile, web, tablet or Windows. It’s also possible to disable them on all devices with a universal dismiss function.

“As part of the Microsoft Enterprise Program Technology Adoption Preview, and as a Microsoft Graph user, we had the privilege to join the early adopter program of the new Graph Notification from Microsoft, and it rocks! Adding the latest Microsoft Graph capabilities to LumApps is dramatically improving user experience, day-to-day productivity and time to action”

– Idriss Bentoumi, Product Management Director


LUMAPPS and Microsoft, a two-way partnership for innovation

The partnership program that gave LumApps early access to Microsoft technologies and provided LumApps with advanced expertise and support from Microsoft ultimately became a two-way partnership.

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“We appreciated working with LumApps, they not only gave us great feedback on Graph Notification, but they also influenced our technological choices thanks to their expertise and field experience. This partnership is a mutual benefit to bring the best solutions to our joined customers.”

– Pierre Lagarde, Principal Program Manager at Microsoft


For more information on LumApps offering for Microsoft, click here.


Maya Riebel
Communication Manager EMEA


Microsoft Product

Published on

May 6, 2019