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Students and Faculty Members – We’re offering you a chance to take part in an ARIS training seminar in Darmstadt, which normally cost 2,160.00 EUR, completely free of charge!

The following workshops are currently available:

  • Advanced Business Process Modeling and Administration with ARIS– February 22th to February 25th, 2015 – Worth 2,160.00 EUR - Short notice! Please apply ASAP – 1 seat – Darmstadt

As a student or faculty member of the ARIS Community, you get the chance to attend this course completely free. The training will be in German.

Do not waste any more time! 

 
How?

Just write us an email with your first name, last name, contact details, university and the workshop you would like to attend. Please send us the email using your university email-address or attach your enrollment certificate. We will limit the choice to one training per person.

University@SoftwareAG.com(link sends e-mail)

Course Information:

Advanced Business Process Modeling and Administration with ARIS

This course enables participants to fit into two closely related roles: The knowledge of advanced business process modeling techniques qualifies people to work as process architects, while knowledge of administration features qualifies attendees to be successful as ARIS administrators. These roles have fuzzy boundaries. Several topics are touched by both and often it is the same people occupying these roles. Even in organizations with different persons occupying the two roles, collaboration and efficiency increase if both have knowledge of each other's tasks and workflows. That advanced modeling and administration procedures are perfectly supported by ARIS Architect and ARIS Server's administration portal. Using the expert-grade knowledge provided during this course, you will get a clean and valuable business process landscape. But, most important, you get there faster. Please refer to the audience section for a list of major topics covered by either role.

 

Yours Sincerely,

University Relations Team

From Students for Students