Tustin, CA (PRWEB) July 10, 2008
The Idalica Corporation, a leader in implementing Open Source Business Solutions, is pleased to announce their upcoming Open Source ERP Technical Training course. The training will take place in Tustin, California at Idalica's Corporate Offices at 1173 Warner Ave. Tustin, CA 92780. The week-long training will be conducted Monday through Friday, September 8 - 12, 2008.
The training will be conducted by experts in the Compiere/Adempiere community who have years of experience working hands-on with this open source software. It will provide a rare opportunity for attendees to meet and be trained by the leaders of this industry. The course is geared towards a wide array of business models; from technical resources in companies that plan to or have already implemented Adempiere or Compiere, or to those who are considering doing so. The training will also be beneficial for implementation companies that specialize in installing Adempiere or Compiere, or that are considering it as a business line. Freelance Java developers looking to break into the ERP industry will also have much to gain by attending this unique training.
There will be many topics discussed, such as how to implement and extend Adempiere with and without writing code, understanding the application dictionary, configuring security, auditing, backups, and the integration with Jasper that has given Adempiere total flexibility when it comes to generating reports. For further information and for a complete itinerary of the training, visit Idalica's site here. The cost for the training is $4,600.00. Those who register before August 1, 2008, will receive a discounted price of $4,200.00.
Idalica has developed a unique suite of consulting services and business software to address the need for online presence, efficient practices and executive visibility. Idalica assists companies and organizations to evaluate and implement robust open source software. The Idalica team has decades of experience in guiding enterprises to adapt and grow in changing business and technological environments. For more information visit us at http://www.idalica.com or contact Ethan Austin, Director of Business Development at eaustin @ idalica.com.