LMN Acquires Greenius to Expand Online Training

Latest acquisition supports LMN’s continued growth to deliver comprehensive software solutions and training to landscape industry.

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LMN has announced the acquisition of online training software Greenius.

Together, Greenius and LMN will create a fully integrated system offering end-to-end training together with a comprehensive business management software package. A recent survey of LMN customers found that 70% identified training as a top priority for their employees in the coming years. Though combined, Greenius will also continue to be provided as a stand-alone offering to customers.

“The addition of Greenius to the LMN family is huge for our customers, and the industry,” said Mark Bradley, CEO, LMN. “We know just how important training is to landscaping leaders and their teams, and with Greenius, we can provide the best available training to help customers meet and exceed their needs.”

Greenius will bolster LMN’s training capabilities. The company offers hundreds of courses in both English and Spanish each year on a variety of topics to the green industry, including but not limited to maintenance, construction, snow, safety, equipment, supervisor training and more.

Many companies continue to be challenged by skilled labor shortages. With the addition of Greenius, landscape owners using the LMN platform will now have have more opportunities to develop team members within their organizations to foster growth and retain employees.

“We could not be more excited to join LMN,” said Arden Urbano, co-Founder and p[resident, Greenius, who will continue to lead the Greenius team. “We share the same values and passion for customers, and together we will create an experience that will help them take their companies, and the industry to the next level.”

The addition of Greenius builds on LMN’s continued expansion in 2021. In March, the company announced the addition of SLICE Technologies. Then in July, the company announced it would double its workforce by the end of year.

Financial details on the acquisition were not being disclosed.