TRAINING SERVICES

Objective: Overview and Best Practices Training

Day 1: Tool Overview**


  • Deep dive product demonstration of the Mapping Manger Capabilities.
  • Recommended: 2-3 hours
  • Recommended Attendees: All plus those marked with an asterisks (*)

Days 2-5: Best Practices Training.


Training will be conducted based on the outline (See associated training outline). Focus will be on Best Practices associated with using the tool and adapting the tool to project team standards and best practices focusing on organization of mappings, metadata management and organizations, best practices, naming conventions and more relevant to your project.

Objective: Continue training and standards review

  • Focus will be review data mapping organizations, standards and metadata organization.
  • Answer any follow on questions from the team and Continue training based on Project team’s feedback.
  • Solicit any feedback or enhancement suggestions from team and add to our technology roadmap

Objective: Project Quality Review and Continued Training

  • Mid-project review to ensure best practices and standards are being consistently followed.
  • Conduct training based on team’s feedback regarding ‘How best to perform certain tasks’.
  • Focus on XML Integration Library capabilities for consistent use of data mapping standards
  • Train new team members who may not have been present in the earlier training classes.

Project Quality Review and Continued Training

  • Project review to ensure best practices and standards are being consistently followed.
  • Conduct training based on team’s feedback regarding ‘How best to perform certain tasks’.
  • Conduct training on new features and capabilities requested by the team (e.g. Code-set Reference Manager and Data Standardization techniques)

Recommendation: It is highly recommended that solution architect or manager is available who can speak to existing internal best practices so they can be adopted within the tool.

The Mapping Manager toolset enables automation, acceleration, best practices and data mapping standards for any project involving movement of data.

— John R. Talbert Ph.D, - University of Arkansas at Little Rock, College of Information Science and Systems Engineering & Director