enChoice Introduces New Self-Paced Interactive Online CMOD Course
TEMPE, AZ: enChoice, a provider of software solutions for IBM FileNet and IBM Content Manager OnDemand (CMOD), launches an online course through enChoice OnDemand University portal for IBM ‘Content Manager OnDemand Advanced System Administration’ to enhance time-to-time solution, user experience and backup and recovery service levels through enterprise content management (ECM).
enChoice ERM practice provides CMOD deployment, migration, management and remote system administration services for business professionals. The OnDemand University portal by enChoice offers education and training courses for new CMOD users through virtual, instructor-led online (ILO) classes and onsite system classes. ILO’s live instruction by experts reduces the time consumed of the employees and is cost effective. Onsite training courses can be adopted by companies who prefer training a particular section department for a fixed slot of time. In Onsite training courses instructors will be travelling to company’s location and have ability to interact in English, French and Danish along with translator supporting other languages.
New self-paced online training program announced by enChoice is an advanced course for professionals, who are willing to learn methods to create and maintain CMOD applications, application groups, folders and also deal with athorough insight of storage administration, document storage and indexing components like PDF Indexer and new XML Indexer. It teaches CMOD database configurations, command utilities, CMOD server APIs and CMOD web enablement kit which will be taught in English. This advanced course will enable IBM CMOD administrators to efficiently use and manage ARSADMIN, ARSXML and ARSDOC command utility. Self-paced course is aided with video-based quizzes, assignments and email access to instructor designing learning thereby making it more interactive.
IBM’s CMOD has the capability to work on commercial and compliance projects. It facilitates electronic capturing, indexing, archiving and report delivery by concurrently reducing the operating cost. By providing agile and online access to customer bills and statements, the CMOD boosts customer services and modulates back office data into actionable information.
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