These events are not available as public course at specified time and place but are offered as In-house session only. You can find more information on In-House events on this page. Feel free to contact us for a quote.
Agile - Traditional - Outsourcing
This hands-on workshop by James Robertson teaches you to uncover the real requirements and communicate them clearly, comprehensibly and unambiguously for both agile and traditional projects. Learn techniques to uncover the real business needs, and to use requirements to build the right product.
Integratie van Applicaties, Cloud en Mobile (Dutch spoken)
Every organization has to deal with the integration of systems and applications. But which technology do you apply with which form of integration? Guy Crets discusses the various solutions to integration and covers topics like EAI, ESB, all the way to microservices and the human factor.
APIs are the ready-to-use building blocks for new applications; they make business more flexible to changes in the market. This seminar focuses on the design of APIs and how to provide them. All relevant topics related to API Management will be discussed in an accessible manner.
During this seminar we will take a closer look at the low code business application platform and more specifically at Microsoft PowerApps, Flow and the Common Data Service. Prepare yourself for these revolutionary technologies by attending this in-depth afternoon seminar.
The world of BI and data warehousing can feel overwhelming due to their unique terminology and technologies. What do star scheme data mart, ETL, self-service BI, data science, big data, staging area and BI in the cloud actually mean? This seminar gives you a complete and practical introduction.
What is the role of BA in agile projects? Business analysis is investigating the work of the business, and finding both the problems to be corrected and better solutions for the business processes. James Robertson provides a pragmatic approach to business analysis and agility in this 2-day workshop.
Workshop on Business Analysis techniques such as scoping, stakeholder management, requirements analysis, modelling business processes with DFD and BPMN diagrams. Also communicating on business processes, problems and solutions using mind maps and brown paper sessions.
BPMN is the OMG standard for business process modelling. On day one you will learn all about the syntax used in BPMN 2.0. In the hands-on workshop on day two you will start using the diagrams and symbols to design process flows yourself.