FP2016 – 101

Introduction to Processware

Objective of the Course

This intermediate, one-day course provides FlowCentric Processware administrators and developers with a broad introduction to working in Processware 2016, which will include a free evaluation copy of Processware 2016.

The objective of the course is to provide any new interested parties considering to use Processware 2016 as their BPM Suite. This course will provide the audience with the tools and knowledge with the use of the Processware 2016 Tools and Services to perform Administration tasks, in the form of User and Role Management, Site Configuration and other Administrative tools to maintain a site configuration. Development within Processware is also covered, consisting of developing a process from start to finish, using the specialized tools and services to produce functional and expandable solutions. Once complete, the skills learnt here can be immediately implemented within an organisation to tackle the most basic, to the most complex, of solutions. Accompanying this course is a free evaluation copy of Processware 2016.

Course Scope:

  • Introduction to Processware 2016
  • Users and Security
  • Applying Server Settings
  • Designing an entire process by working with controls and scripting
  • Navigating the newly designed process

Recommended Background for an Administrator

  • Familiarity with the concepts of BPM and BPMN diagramming.
  • Strong administration skills and decent business knowledge.
  • Basic understanding of Workflows.
  • An understanding of organisational structures.
  • Understanding of development concepts like objects, functions, and data types.
  • Prior development/design experience is a plus.

Course Pre-Requisites

  • The delegate must have experience working on current/recent Microsoft Operating Systems.
  • No other FlowCentric Certifications are required to attend this course.

FP2016 – 1

Administration Course

Objective of the Course

This intermediate, one-day certification course provides FlowCentric Processware administrators with a broad understanding of the FlowCentric Processware Administration platform.

The objective of the course is to provide Processware Administrators with all the tools necessary in order to maintain and manage a Processware site configuration in the form of security and site configuration. All the available Administrative tools will be demonstrated and implemented in order for the Administrator to successfully apply what has been learnt, to their existing site installations. Upon completion of the course, there is a Certification Exam that can be written in order to receive a Certification for Administration within Processware 2016.

Course Scope:

  • Introduction to FlowCentric and Processware
  • Users and Security
  • Applying Server Settings
  • Navigating, Tracking and Archiving processes
  • Unlocking and Importing Users

Recommended Background for an Administrator

  • Familiarity with the concepts of BPM and BPMN diagramming.
  • Strong administration skills and decent business knowledge.
  • An understanding of organisational structures.
  • Prior development/design experience is a plus.

Course Pre-Requisites

  • The delegate must have experience working on current/recent Microsoft Operating Systems.
  • No other FlowCentric Certifications are required to attend this course.

FP2016–3

Advanced Administration Course

Objective of the Course

This intermediate, one-day course provides FlowCentric Processware administrators with a broader understanding of the FlowCentric Processware platform by exposing more advanced functionality and usage of other Services/Tools that are included. This course is aimed at the more advanced administrators who need to understand the finer details around a Processware 2016 site.

Building on the skills already learnt from the FP2016-1 course, the objective of the course is to provide Processware Administrators with additional exposure to more advanced Administrative functionality such as deeper security management as well as being able to setup and interact with the additional navigators as well as configuring and consuming Notification & Escalation and Integration Services. Upon completion, Administrators will have the tools and knowledge of how to implement these new security measures and also setup and maintain the different navigator options that will be learnt.

Course Scope:

  • Users and further Security
  • Applying Server Settings
  • Configuring and consuming Notification and Escalation Services
  • Configuring Integration Services
  • Setup and use the Outlook Navigator

Recommended Background for an Administrator

  • Experience as a Processware Administrator is crucial.
  • Strong administration skills and decent business knowledge.
  • An understanding of managing organisational structures and user access security.
  • Experience in working with/configuring a Microsoft Office Suite is a plus.

Course Pre-Requisites

  • Basic technical/functional understanding of the Microsoft Office Suite is an advantage.
  • The delegate must have completed the FP2016-1 Administration Course.

FP2016 – 2

Development Course

Objective of the Course

This four-day certification course provides new FlowCentric Processware Developers with a full skillset needed in order to perform development operations using Processware 2016.

The objective of the course is to provide new Processware Developers with all the tools necessary in order to carry out designing and scripting of processes, from basic to complex process development. This course will focus on using all the available Tools and Services that Processware 2016 has on offer, including the Integration Framework, providing seamless communication across a number of Integration paths available as well as maintaining solutions between the Development and Production environment, using the Deployment Tool. On completion, Developers will have a much better understanding of Processware’s capabilities, with the knowledge of how to apply these concepts within any current development environment. This course will give Developers a significant advantage when planning or working on current solutions, based on the amount of content that the course consists of. Upon completion, there is a Development Certification Exam that can be written in order to be issued with a Developer Certificate in Processware 2016.

Course Scope:

  • Applying Developer Server Settings
  • Designing several entire processes
  • Working with the Deployment Tool
  • Working with Integration Services and Catalog Builder
  • Working with Notification and Escalation Services
  • Working with the Event Manager

Recommended Background for a Developer:

  • Familiarity with the concepts of BPM and BPMN diagramming.
  • Understanding of development concepts like objects, functions, and data types.
  • Prior development/design experience within Processware 2013 is required.
  • Level 3 Development Experience on a Scale of 1 to 5 is required.

Course Pre-Requisites

FP2016 – 5

2016 Bridging Course

Objective of the Course

This advanced, one-day course equips existing FlowCentric Processware 2013 developers by exposing everything new that Processware 2016 has on offer. Exposure to all new features and tools will be covered in a brief practical, workshop type manner.

The objective of the course is to provide existing Processware 2013 Developers with a brief practical hands-on course covering all the latest Tools and Services that Processware 2016 has incorporated with its release. Developers will be exposed to the wonders of the Integration Framework as well as the Deployment Tool to better manage the bridge between Development and Production environments. This course is very hands-on, in the form of Labs, to ensure that all the features of the course are delivered in a way that will give developers an immediate action plan in preparing for necessary changes, to take advantage the features covered.

Course Scope:

  • Introduction to Processware 2016
  • Working with new Object Properties
  • Experiencing Integration Services and Catalog Builder
  • Working with the Deployment Tool
  • Creating the Audit and Reporting Tables and Views

Recommended Background for a Developer:

  • Familiarity with the concepts of BPM and BPMN diagramming.
  • Understanding of development concepts like objects, functions, and data types.
  • Prior development/design experience.

Course Pre-Requisites

  • You may attend the FP2016-5 if you have prior Processware Development experience.
  • VB Scripting, SQL and .Net experience is required.