Building information governance instruments using a.k.a. software
a.k.a. software enables you to build the controls you need for the efficient management of information.
This course covers all the basic functionality you need to develop, publish, and deploy information controls such as taxonomies and file plans, thesauri and ontologies, retention schedules, data catalogues and information asset registers.
You will learn to use a.k.a. software to manage information more easily, efficiently and effectively.
What our training covers
Typical use cases for building information governance controls
How the a.k.a. Information architecture facilitates easier assembly
Building your master data catalog in the a.k.a. Library
Building typical information governance controls in the a.k.a. Architect
Importing data from spreadsheets into a.k.a.
Uploading data from a.k.a. into eCM systems and SharePoint
Creating interactive reports for publishing information governance controls online
Our courses are designed with flexibility in mind, so you can pick and choose from any of our course topics to build a customized program that meets your needs.
Who should attend
- Information managers
- Business analysts
- Information architects
- Data architects
- Records managers
Just in time delivery
Everyone learn best when they’re given training at the time they actually need it. With our flexible approach to training, training hours are purchased in advance and scheduled by agreement. If you need more, you can top up at any time.
Online instructor-led delivery
We use conferencing tools such as Microsoft Teams and Zoom for online delivery. All training sessions are recorded and published to our password protected online training portal along with training support materials.
Contact Synercon to discuss your training needs and we’ll be happy to provide you with a quote.
Conni Christensen is skilled information governance specialist with an international reputation for researching, developing and fostering best practice in metadata, taxonomies and system design.
Her ambition is to align information governance with information technology through common language and shared objectives – achieving business value and performance.
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