CorVu Training With Encompix ETO ERP

by : Thomas R. Cutler

Encompix, (), the leading ETO (Engineer-to-Order) ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) leader is now offering CorVu Training. These are task oriented sessions and designed to train a user on a specific business functions.

    CorVu Report Writer : Monday, Aug. 22 - Tuesday, Aug.23, 2005

This class teaches the participant how to build reports using the Report Writer module. This course is a prerequisite to the Power User course and teaches the participant how to build more advanced reports beyond the capabilities of Quick Reports available in the Graphical Analysis module.
This class will be delivered over the web, one session per day.

    CorVu Administrator: Tuesday, Aug. 30 - Wednesday Aug. 31, 2005

This class teaches the CorVu Administrator how to set up users, establish user security within CorVu, manage the Knowledge Library, define security groups, define virtual databases/tables/columns, establish picklists and many other essential elements of running CorVu within the Encompix environment.

    CorVu Power User: Tuesday, Sept. 6 - Thursday, Sept. 8, 2005

This class teaches the participant advanced CorVu techniques, specialty graphic functions, complex conditions and advanced reporting techniques. You also will learn how to use the formula editor to build unique formulas. Prior participants who took this class long after taking the Intro class reported that they wished they had taken it much earlier, as many of the techniques are very helpful for building better queries.

According to ETO Institute () spokesperson, Thomas R. Cutler, “Encompix continues to take the leadership role in technology solutions for the Engineer-to-Order manufacturing sector."
Encompix has filled the manufacturing software requirements of Engineer-to-Order companies since 1992. The company name reflects the commitment to developing business application solutions that encompass the complex areas of project-based and job-based manufacturing. Encompix provides ETO manufacturers with a competitive advantage by improving bottom line results.


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