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Cadis launches 'Centre for Excellence' certification programme

16 February 2010  |  1639 views  |  0 Source: Cadis

The data management space is littered with failed implementations and long consultancy projects. Cadis, the intelligent data management provider for the buy side has launched a 'Centre for Excellence' which enables clients to effectively self-install Cadis implementations.

While Cadis implementations are already typically achieved in under 12 weeks, the new programme will build on users' competency levels, decrease project risk and reduce costs.

"We are unique to be able to lay claim to a 100% successful implementation rate in the data management industry and this new programme demonstrates our belief that clients can take on board the majority of the installation themselves," said Daniel Simpson, CEO, Cadis. "Our certification programme is the next step in ensuring consistently high standards and building on our open approach with our clients. We have always empowered those who use data to manage the data effectively and efficiently without ongoing consultation."

Certification is available for three different audiences; business analysts, operational end users and IT. Through accreditation, members will become in-house specialists, reducing security concerns and achieving a return on investment in less than six months. The programme also looks to further foster an open dialogue through a community of certified clients via an online forum hosted on the Cadis wiki.

The Cadis 'Centre for Excellence' training is currently offered in a five day course through onsite training and will be available online later this year.

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