Optimex Unveils Mentored Training: On-Site Custom Training Sessions Focus on Smaller Student Groups for Definitive Results

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Optimex is excited to start offering an on-site mentoring program for software-related projects. Mentoring produces real-world project results from a training-style setting. Mentoring concentrates on smaller groups with sizes ranging from 1 to 4 persons where Optimex trainers observe increased participation and deeper understanding of the related concepts and techniques. This translates into greater team productivity and effectiveness.

Optimex is excited to start offering an on-site mentoring program for software-related projects. Mentoring produces real-world project results from a training-style setting. Mentoring concentrates on smaller groups with sizes ranging from 1 to 4 persons where Optimex trainers observe increased participation and deeper understanding of the related concepts and techniques. This translates into greater team productivity and effectiveness.

Mentoring is a unique concept introduced by Optimex. It combines small group training and consulting services to teach your team new skills as they develop actual project deliverables. Optimex consultants thoroughly examine a client’s project and approach to identify specific needs and potential concerns for each individual participant. In session, each participant learns new skills that relate to their role and then begin to develop real project deliverables under the guidance of an Optimex expert. Mentoring allows Optimex to deliver practical techniques and immediate results to your project and staff.

Optimex has an extensive expertise in four core areas of data requirements, process requirements, use case requirements, and integrated project management. Data requirements range from data modeling and entity-relationship diagramming to data architecture, data mapping and conversion, data warehouse and security modeling, data abstraction, and state diagramming. Process requirements drive out activity-oriented behaviors via process modeling, analysis, improvement and re-engineering, activity metrics, process valuation criteria, current and future state mapping, and gap analysis. Use case requirements tie the business and system needs together with use-case scenarios, diagrams, and user-interface definitions. Project management techniques such as scoping, budgeting, timeline and resource management are all tied objectively to the data, process, and use case requirements in an integrated and effective approach.

To learn more about Optimex, please call (800)868-8809 or visit their website at http://www.optimexinc.com

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