ACCP Front Upgrade - ONLINE COURSE
Objectives
Enable participants to effectively work in the AFP area.
 
High-level knowledge areas taught:
  • Front Platform Concepts including technology and architecture
  • Front Workplace Customization
  • Web and Mobile Banking customization and integration
 
Course content
  • UI Channels
  • Front Workplace Introduction
  • UI Trees
  • Responsive Forms
  • Presentation Object Types
  • Cockpit Trees/Reports
  • Parameter Binding
  • Front Workplace Dashboards
  • Front Architecture & Security
  • AMI Webservices
  • Web Banking Introduction & Architecture
  • Front Wide Object Model (FWOM)
  • Web Banking Contract Model
  • Web Sites/Applications & Dev Tools
  • Banklets
  • Central Resource Service
Target audience
Experienced Avaloq Core Platform Certified Professionals with a valid certificate and significant project experience.
Duration
5 days
Prerequisites
  • Must have previously passed ACCP with Major in Core Technologies certification
  • Ability to read and understand technical documentation written in English
Follow-up courses
A variety of courses are published on http://avaloq.academy
ACCP with Major in Core Technologies
Objectives
On successful completion of this course, each participant will have the basic know-how needed to work productively in an Avaloq project including a demonstrable understanding of the following:
  • Basic concepts of the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • Fundamentals of Avaloq Customization
  • Implementation of use cases based on examples
Course content
Week 1: Avaloq Banking Suite Fundamentals (ABSF)
  • Introduction
  • Functional Overview
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Object Model and Orders
  • Architecture
  • Booking Principles
  • User Models
  • Tools
  • Customization Overview
  • Avaloq Tools Suite
  • Data Dictionaries (DDICs)
  • Avaloq Script
  • Certification Information
  • Project Alpha
Week 2: Avaloq Banking Suite Customization (ABSC)
  • Code Tables
  • Additions, Keys, Classifications (Extensions)
  • Base Parameters
  • Rule Engine
  • Cost Engine
  • Report Writer Basics
  • Context Actions
  • Workflow Definition
  • Consistency Checks using DDIC Valid
 
Week 3/4: Major in Core Technologies (ACPC)
  • Report Writer / Dashboards
  • Forms
  • Security Engine
  • Book Engine
  • Balance Engine
  • Avaloq Message Interface
  • Avaloq Script Coding Guidelines
  • Script Reports and Packages
  • Project Alpha
Target audience
Prospective customization specialists working on Avaloq customization, configuration or migration projects.
Duration
16.5 days across 4 weeks
Prerequisites
Understanding of IT-related topics (e.g. database concepts, programming know-how, SQL) is required. Basic knowledge of banking is recommended.
Participants must be able to read and understand documentation written in English.
 
We suggest that participants bring their own laptop or tablet computer to be able to access course material outside of course hours.
Follow-up courses
Various specialisation courses available through http://avaloq.academy
ACCP with Major in Core Technologies - ONLINE COURSE
Objectives
On successful completion of this course, each participant will have the basic know-how needed to work productively in an Avaloq project including a demonstrable understanding of the following:
  • Basic concepts of the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • Fundamentals of Avaloq Customization
  • Implementation of use cases based on examples
Course content
Week 1: Avaloq Banking Suite Fundamentals (ABSF)
  • Introduction
  • Functional Overview
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Object Model and Orders
  • Architecture
  • Booking Principles
  • User Models
  • Tools
  • Customization Overview
  • Avaloq Tools Suite
  • Data Dictionaries (DDICs)
  • Avaloq Script
  • Certification Information
  • Project Alpha
Week 2: Avaloq Banking Suite Customization (ABSC)
  • Code Tables
  • Additions, Keys, Classifications (Extensions)
  • Base Parameters
  • Rule Engine
  • Cost Engine
  • Report Writer Basics
  • Context Actions
  • Workflow Definition
  • Consistency Checks using DDIC Valid
 
Week 3/4: Major in Core Technologies (ACPC)
  • Report Writer / Dashboards
  • Forms
  • Security Engine
  • Book Engine
  • Balance Engine
  • Avaloq Message Interface
  • Avaloq Script Coding Guidelines
  • Script Reports and Packages
  • Project Alpha
Target audience
Prospective customization specialists working on Avaloq customization, configuration or migration projects.
Duration
16.5 days across 4 weeks
Prerequisites
Understanding of IT-related topics (e.g. database concepts, programming know-how, SQL) is required. Basic knowledge of banking is recommended.
Participants must be able to read and understand documentation written in English.
 
We suggest that participants bring their own laptop or tablet computer to be able to access course material outside of course hours.
Follow-up courses
Various specialisation courses available through http://avaloq.academy
ACCP with Major in Core Technologies - ONLINE COURSE (APAC time zone)
Objectives
On successful completion of this course, each participant will have the basic know-how needed to work productively in an Avaloq project including a demonstrable understanding of the following:
  • Basic concepts of the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • Fundamentals of Avaloq Customization
  • Implementation of use cases based on examples
Course content
Week 1: Avaloq Banking Suite Fundamentals (ABSF)
  • Introduction
  • Functional Overview
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Object Model and Orders
  • Architecture
  • Booking Principles
  • User Models
  • Tools
  • Customization Overview
  • Avaloq Tools Suite
  • Data Dictionaries (DDICs)
  • Avaloq Script
  • Certification Information
  • Project Alpha
Week 2: Avaloq Banking Suite Customization (ABSC)
  • Code Tables
  • Additions, Keys, Classifications (Extensions)
  • Base Parameters
  • Rule Engine
  • Cost Engine
  • Report Writer Basics
  • Context Actions
  • Workflow Definition
  • Consistency Checks using DDIC Valid
 
Week 3/4: Major in Core Technologies (ACPC)
  • Report Writer / Dashboards
  • Forms
  • Security Engine
  • Book Engine
  • Balance Engine
  • Avaloq Message Interface
  • Avaloq Script Coding Guidelines
  • Script Reports and Packages
  • Project Alpha
Target audience
Prospective customization specialists working on Avaloq customization, configuration or migration projects.
Duration
16.5 days across 4 weeks
Prerequisites
Understanding of IT-related topics (e.g. database concepts, programming know-how, SQL) is required. Basic knowledge of banking is recommended.
Participants must be able to read and understand documentation written in English.
 
We suggest that participants bring their own laptop or tablet computer to be able to access course material outside of course hours.
Follow-up courses
Various specialisation courses available through http://avaloq.academy
ACCP with Major in Core Technologies by Orbium
Objectives
On successful completion of this course, each participant will have the basic know-how needed to work productively in an Avaloq project including a demonstrable understanding of the following:
  • First steps with the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • Fundamentals of Avaloq Customization
  • Implementation of use cases based on examples
 
Course content
Week 1: Avaloq Banking Suite Fundamentals (ABSF)
  • Introduction
  • Functional Overview
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Basic Object Model and Orders
  • Data Models
  • Bookings, Settlement and Date Types
  • User Models
  • System Architecture
  • Tools
  • Customization Overview
  • Avaloq Tools Suite
  • Certification Information
  • Workshop
  • Project Alpha
Week 2: Avaloq Banking Suite Customization (ABSC)
  • Data Dictionaries (DDICs)
  • Avaloq Script
  • Report Writer
  • Base Parameters
  • The Rule Engine
  • Code Tables
  • Object and Order Extensions
  • Workflow Definition
  • Consistency Checks using DDIC Valid
 
Week 3/4: Major in Core Technologies (ACPC)
  • Cost Engine
  • Book Engine
  • Forms
  • Security
  • Avaloq Message Interface
  • Avaloq Script Coding Guidelines
  • Report Writer Plus
  • Project Alpha
Target audience
Future customization specialists working on Avaloq customization, configuration or migration projects.
Duration
16.5 days across 4 weeks
Prerequisites
Understanding of IT-related topics (e.g. database concepts, programming know-how, SQL) is required. Basic knowledge of banking is recommended.
Participants must be able to read and understand documentation written in English.
Follow-up courses
Various specialisation courses available through http://avaloq.academy
ACCP with Major in Front Technologies
Objectives
On successful completion of this course, each participant will have the basic know-how needed to work productively in an Avaloq project including a demonstrable understanding of the following:
  • First steps with the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • Fundamentals of Avaloq Customization
  • Implementation of use cases based on examples
 
Course content
Week 1: Avaloq Banking Suite Fundamentals (ABSF)
  • Introduction
  • Functional Overview
  • Graphical User Interfaces
  • Basic Object Model and Orders
  • Data Models
  • Bookings, Settlement and Date Types
  • User Models
  • System Architecture
  • Tools
  • Customization Overview
  • Avaloq Tools Suite
  • Certification Information
  • Workshop
Week 2: Avaloq Banking Suite Customization (ABSC)
  • Data Dictionaries (DDICs)
  • Avaloq Script
  • Report Writer
  • Base Parameters
  • The Rule Engine
  • Code Tables
  • Object and Order Extensions
  • Workflow Definition
  • Consistency Checks using DDIC Valid
 
Week 3/4: Major in Front Technologies (AFPC)
  • UI Channels
  • Front Workplace Introduction
  • UI Trees
  • Responsive Forms
  • Presentation Object Types
  • Cockpit Trees/Reports
  • Parameter Binding
  • Front Workplace Dashboards
  • Front Architecture & Security
  • AMI Webservices
  • Web Banking Introduction & Architecture
  • Front Wide Object Model (FWOM)
  • Web Banking Contract Model
  • Web Sites/Applications & Dev Tools
  • Banklets
  • Central Resource Service
 
Target audience
Future customization specialists working on Avaloq customization, configuration or migration projects.
Duration
16.5 day across 4 weeks
Prerequisites
Understanding of IT-related topics (e.g. database concepts, programming know-how, SQL) is required. Basic knowledge of banking is recommended.
Participants must be able to read and understand documentation written in English.
Follow-up courses
Various specialisation courses available through http://avaloq.academy
Accreditation - Customization: Delta 2018 H2
Objectives
Participants will learn about some of the most important and interesting new customization methods, features and developments associated with releases in 2018 H2. By the end of the course participants will:
 
Have refreshed their memory on the topics of
  • Classification and Classes
  • Derived Classifications
  • Business Rules Engine
 
Seen Use Cases for the Business Rules Engine as a valuable tool to customize and implement new Derived Classifications
 
Know how to customize Derived Classifications using the Business Rules Engine
Course content
New Customization: Derived Classifications using BRE
 
Best Practice:
  • Coding guidelines
  • Preparation of system performance analysis
 
Good to Know:
  • Important De-Releases
  • avaloq.one
  • Crypto Asset
  • GIM fundamentals course information
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Professionals needing to re-accredit and/or those wanting to know more about the customization implications of new features and methods released or becoming prominent during 2018 H2.
Duration
4 - 6 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq Certified Customisation Professionals
Accreditation - Customization: Delta 2019 H1
Objectives
Participants will learn about some of the most important and interesting new customization methods, features and developments associated with releases up to 2019 H1.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
  • describe the main concepts of the Automated Personal Data Management (APDM) functionality
  • explain the design-time and run-time components of APDM
  • customize the solution
Course content
New customization: Automated Personal Data Management (APDM)
Best practice:
  • Automated Personal Data Management (APDM)
  • Report Writer: selected topics (maintenance and performance)
Good to know:
  • Important de-releases
  • Symbolic row IDs for classifications and classes
  • Academy news
 
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals who need to renew their certification or who want to know more about the customization implications of new features and methods that were released or became commonly used during 2019 H1.
Duration
4 - 6 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq Certified Customisation Professionals
Accreditation: ABR/S development and customization primer
Objectives
  • Explain the ABR/S product and the importance of bootstrapping
  • Describe the activities of ABR/S program and release management
  • Understand and follow the issue resolution workflow and the ABR/S solution development process, in particular, when developing solutions
  • Understand the ABR/S synthetic data universe
  • Understand and apply ABR/S customization guidelines when developing solutions
  • Understand and make use of the coding support provided by ASMD when developing for ABR/S
 
Course content
  • Introduction to ABR/S
  • Program and release management
  • The solution development process
  • The synthetic data universe
  • ABR/S customization guidelines
  • ASMD support when developing for ABR/S
 
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals working on implementation projects based on ABR/S or those requiring re-accreditation
Duration
4 - 6 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants should be Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals
Accreditation: Avaloq Application Monitor
Objectives
By the end of the course, participants will:
  • be familiar with the Avaloq Application Monitor architecture
  • understand the main concepts of its customization
  • know how to interpret the measurements
  • be able to create new and customize existing checks
  • be able to apply the dedicated views to report results to external tools
Course content
  • Concept and architecture
  • Use and customize default monitor checks
  • Building new monitor checks
  • Reporting and views
Target audience
Every customization specialist who needs to implement/customize the Avaloq Application Monitor
Duration
1 day
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq Certified Customisation Professionals (with Major in Core or Front Technologies)
Accreditation: Avaloq Web APIs
Objectives
  • Know the business background behind APIs in the banking industry
  • Describe the different applications and users of the Avaloq REST API products
  • Understand the structure of an OpenAPI3 definition and be able to build your own APIs using AMI Web Services
  • Explain how Open APIs and Community APIs are built and perform with minimal impact on ACP.
  • Describe how APIs can be used by an application.
 
Course content
  • Intro to Avaloq Web APIs
  • AMI Web Services – creating custom APIs with OpenAPI3
  • Open APIs – legislation, standards, examples
  • Community APIs – theory, examples
  • Architectures
  • Demonstrations, Postman, apps
 
Target audience
Anyone wanting to understand and use the Avaloq REST API including clients, implementation teams, business managers, developers, partners and account managers.
Duration
2 - 3 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals
Accreditation: Best Practices for Report Writer
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course every participant will be able to:
  • Understand the fundamental Report Writer Engine concepts
  • Understand the functionality offered by the task framework
  • Group and sort in reports by almost any criteria
  • Master aggregation functions for report datamarts
  • Be able to apply the vector concept
  • Create lean and performant reports
  • Apply the various layout features offered by Report Writer
 
Target audience
Avaloq Customization Specialists who specify or develop reports.
Duration
4 - 5 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals.
Accreditation: Front Workplace Banklet Integration
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Deploy a banklet to the Avaloq Front Platform (AFP)
  • Customize FWP menus to contain banklet options
  • Set up banklet configuration parameters
  • Exchange parameters between FWP and the banklet
  • Configure FWP to react to banklet events
Course content
1. Introduction
The components
The integration approach
Banklets in the FWP content pane
Banklet menus in FWP menus
The integration stages
 
2. Stage one - Deploy the banklet
 
3. Stage two – Using APIs to create menu entries
API endpoints for each menu area
Testing your APIs
 
4. Stage three – Registering the endpoints
 
5. Stage four - Add configuration
General configuration
Parameter mapping
Event mapping
Angular module settings
 
6. Extended integration
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Professionals needing to re-accredit and/or those wanting to extend FWP functionality for their clients.
Duration
1 day
Prerequisites
  • Participants should have attended an ACCP, CuP or Avaloq Fundamentals course or have equivalent knowledge of the ABS.
  • Familiarity with FWP functionality
  • Basic programming knowledge, ideally JavaScript, HTML/CSS
  • Understanding and use of APIs
 
Accreditation: Front WP menus, cockpits, reports & dashboards
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Work out which menu trees are being used for the menu areas in FWP
  • Create Workbook menus and actions
  • Create context menus and actions
  • Create cockpit report menus and integrate report actions
  • Configure cockpit reports to feed parameters from the current view and/or cockpit parameters
  • Create dashboards containing multiple reports and integrate them into FWP cockpits
  • Configure dashboards to feed parameters to reports
 
Course content
  • Concepts
  • Menu trees
  • Context menus
  • Workbook menus
  • Cockpit report menus
  • Dashboards
 
Target audience
Avaloq Certified Professionals needing to re-accredit and/or those wanting to customize FWP functionality for their clients
Duration
4 - 5 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq Certified Customization Professionals if they wish to receive accreditation points
Accreditation: Mastering advanced Avaloq Script Techniques
Objectives
On successful completion of this course participants will be able to:
  • Understand how the Avaloq script compiler works
  • Create and use tasks using Avaloq script
  • Understand and master order processing using Avaloq script
  • Take advantage of existing script utilities to enhance both flexibility and performance
  • Understand and evaluate different implementations with respect to performance
  • Be able to troubleshoot and pinpoint execution and performance problems
 
Course content
  1. Avaloq script and compiler
  2. Dependencies
  3. Execute Avaloq script dynamically
  4. Buffers, lists, arrays and tables in Avaloq script
  5. Task engine techniques
  6. Efficient order processing with Avaloq script
  7. Performance and code improvements
  8. Logging and debugging
  9. PL/SQL tools and debugging
  10. Parallel migration and XML construction
 
Target audience
Avaloq customizers working with Avaloq script.
Duration
12-14 hours of hands-on, in-class training
Prerequisites
Participants must be Avaloq certified customization professionals and be familiar with Avaloq script.
Accreditation: Person object modelling
Objectives
  • To understand the Person object, its use and capabilities
  • To be able to design customer models that answer the banks requirements and will make best use of Avaloq’s capabilities
  • To be able to implement external parties and internal entities using the Person object
 
Course content
  • Person types and legal forms
  • Using the Person object
  • Person to Person relations
  • Person Model 2
  • Person – BP propagation
 
Target audience
Avaloq customization experts requiring an introduction to the Person object and its features and wishing to acquire accreditation points. Bank staff working with customer data including those responsible for static data management, tax, regulatory and credit specialists.
Duration
5 - 6 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Participants should have attended an ACCP, CuP or Avaloq Fundamentals course or have equivalent knowledge of the ABS.
Accreditation: Responsive Forms / Webforms
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
  • Understand the concepts behind responsive forms / webforms
  • Understand where and for what presentation object types are needed
  • Create responsive forms / webforms
  • Create presentation object types and use them in responsive forms
  • Have an idea about how webforms can be used and tested in the Front Workplace
Course content
Responsive forms concepts
  • Form structure & types
  • Widgets & form binding
  • Design essentials
 
Presentation object types
  • Introduction to the concept of presentation object types
  • Business entities and selection sets
  • Customisation of presentation object types
 
Responsive forms customisation
  • Naming conventions & source structure
  • Coding examples
  • Emphasising good coding practice
 
Advanced responsive forms customisation
  • Understanding lists and tables
  • Using the multichoice widget
  • Screen reports in the document widget
 
Webforms usage in the Front Workplace
  • Usage of webforms in the Front Workplace
  • Placing a new responsive doc definition in the menu of the workbook
Target audience
Avaloq customization specialists interested in the customization of interfaces.
Duration
4 - 5 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 6 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Prior attendance of the course “Fundamentals of Avaloq Customisation” or ACP/ACCP certification is mandatory.
Avaloq Container Platform Reference (ACPR) introduction
Objectives
  • Understand the motivation and benefits of the ACPR
  • Demonstrate how to set up and use the ACPR
  • Explain the configuration and deployment from product to installation
  • Explain monitoring and alerting concepts
  • Provide an outlook for future developments
 
Course content
  • What is ACPR
  • How to use ACPR
  • Configuration concept
  • Deployment concepts
  • Monitoring and Alerting
  • Delivery
Target audience
Anyone wanting an overview of and introduction to the ACPR.
Duration
1 day (two half days)
Prerequisites
Knowledge on RedHat OpenShift (Kubernetes) and Containers
Follow-up courses
ACPR intensive course (in development)
Avaloq Foundation (FOU)
Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course every participant will know:
  • Be familiar with the ABS user interface, ribbon tabs, sub windows and icons
  • Be familiar with the Avaloq Navigator, order books and desks
  • Understand main concepts and the basic object model.
  • Be able to create a basic client relationship.
  • Be able to enter standard transactions.
Course content
General overview of the interface (application)
Ribbons, tabs, sub windows and icons
Avaloq Navigator, order books, desks
Avaloq Object Model and object attributes
Form structure and design as well as desks
Workflow and context actions
Target audience
Everybody who is interested in the Avaloq Banking System
Duration
2 – 4 hours of self-study
We recommend that participants start the self-study phase no later than 10 days prior to the course. Please note that to be awarded full education points, all self-study exercises must be completed
 
4 – 5 hours of virtual classroom training
Prerequisites
Banking knowledge recommended
Follow-up courses
Please see the Avaloq course catalogue
Avaloq Solution Model Development (ASMD)
Objectives
At the end of this course, you will be able to
  • Understand the functionality provided by ASMD
  • Be able to use ASMD features to be more efficient and produce quality code according to Avaloq standards
  • Learn some tips and tricks how to maximize the tool
Course content
  • Concepts
  • Accessing Information
  • Getting Started
  • Implementing Avaloq Script
  • Using & Creating Content Assist Templates
  • Analyzing Errors in the Source Code
  • Viewing and Editing Code Tables
  • Using the Graphical Editor for Workflows
  • Development Features
  • Advanced Usage of the ASMD Context
 
Duration
This is a self-study course which is only delivered online.
The course will be available throughout the begin and end dates indicated upon logging in. There is no specific attendance day.
 
How to complete your course:
  • Watch the videos and answer the questions at the end of each video
  • Answer 60% of the questions correctly
  • For administration questions, please contact academy@avaloq.com
 
Estimated time to complete this course:
5 - 6 hours of self-study
Prerequisites
Before participating in this course, participants must have either attended the course "Avaloq Foundation (FOU)” or have equivalent knowledge and experience with the Avaloq Banking Suite.
Avaloq Web APIs lite
Objectives
  • Know the business background behind APIs in the banking industry
  • Describe the different applications and users of the Open APIs and Community API products
  • Explain how both APIs are built to perform with minimal impact on ACP.
  • Explain how select the correct endpoints for a specific use case
  • Describe how the APIs could be used by an application.
 
Course content
  • Intro to Avaloq Web APIs
  • Open API – legislation, standards
  • Community API – theory, examples
  • Architectures
  • Demonstrations, Postman, apps
 
Target audience
Anyone wanting to understand and/or use the Open API or Community API products, including including clients, implementation teams, business managers, developers, partners and account managers.
Duration
  • 2-3 hours of self-study
Prerequisites
No prerequisites though it is assumed that participants have some familiarity with the Avaloq Banking Suite.
Follow-up courses
Accreditation: Avaloq Web APIs
Customization Principles (CuP)
Objectives
Participants will get the necessary knowledge to participate in or manage an Avaloq implementation / customization project.
Course content
Customization
Avaloq ice – integrated customisation environment
Rule Engine and Automatic Field Calculation
Object Keys, Additions and Classifications
Avaloq Script
Report Writer
Workflow & Context Action
Order Validation  
Avaloq Forms and Structured Extensions
Avaloq Message Interface
Access Security and Rules
Target audience
Project leaders, Key Business Users, Business Analysts and Consultants involved in Avaloq customization, configuration or migration projects
Duration
5 days
GIM Cross-functional overview incl. ACIP exam
Objectives
By the end of the course, participants will:
  • know the GIM fundamentals:
the basic knowledge to browse the tool;
the phases, competency areas, processes, activities and tasks;
the GIM quality framework
  • know the difference between the GIM project implementation approach for:
BPaaS, SaaS and on premises projects
system integration projects
  • be able to use the out-of-the-box GIM functionality
  • be familiar with the GIM quality framework components
 
Course content
  • Recap of GIM fundamentals
  • GIM project types
  • GIM project implementation approach – overview of phases
  • GIM system integration approach – overview of phases
  • GIM quality framework
  • ACIP exam
 
Target audience
Programme managers, project managers and stream leads who are involved in Avaloq Banking Suite implementation or integration projects.
Duration
1 day (incl. ACIP exam)
Prerequisites
  • Successful completion of the online Global Implementation Methods Fundamentals (GIMF) course
  • Pass the Global Implementation Methods Fundamentals (GIMF) test
  • Advantage: prior project management knowledge and experience
 
Follow-up courses
none
Global Implementation Methods Fundamentals (GIMF)
Objectives
  • Describe the rationale behind GIM and explain its objectives
  • Explain the Avaloq framework of methods
  • Know the GIM structure including Phases, Competency Areas and Processes
  • Explain quality assurance and risk management in GIM
  • Describe the goals and main components of the GIM Tool
 
 
Course content
  • Why GIM?
  • GIM Highlights
  • GIM Model
  • GIM Tool
  • GIM Quality Framework & Risk Management
Target audience
All Avaloq, customers, and implementation partners involved in an implementation project that employs GIM methods.
Duration
This is a self-study course which is only delivered online.
The course will be available throughout the begin and end dates indicated upon logging in.There is no specific attendance day; you simply need to pass the test to complete the course.
 
Estimated time to complete this course:
2 - 3 hours of self-study
20 - 30min test
Prerequisites
No Prerequisites.
 
Favourable:
  • Prior Project Management knowledge and experience
 
 
Introduction to ABR/S
Objectives
  • Know why and how ABR/S was developed and is configured for individual clients
  • Describe the different types of code, data and support delivered with the bootstrapped ABR/S product
  • Explain how ABR/S reduces implementation costs through bootstrapping, pre-processing of customization code and activation or deactivation of kernel code
  • Explain how ABR/S improves project team ramp-up and development through good coding practice and use cases
  • Describe the information included in a typical use case and understand why they are so useful
 
Course content
  • A potted history of ABR/S
  • The ABR/S product
  • ABR/S objectives I
  • ABR/S objectives II
  • ABR/S use cases
 
Target audience
Anyone wanting an overview of and introduction to the Avaloq Banking Reference System (ABR/S) including clients, implementation teams, business managers, Avaloq development teams, key account managers, pre-sales
Duration
  • 2-3 hours of self-study
Prerequisites
No prerequisites though it is assumed that participants have some familiarity with the Avaloq Banking Suite
Follow-up courses
Accreditation - ABR/S development and customization (in development)
Technical Operations
Objectives
By the end of the course, participants will
  • be familiar with the relevant key elements in the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • know the typical tasks of end-of-period (EOP) processing
  • know how to create and schedule jobs with the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • know how to monitor the elements of the Avaloq Banking Suite
  • know how to analyse log entries
  • know how to use the various interfaces
  • be familiar with the possible areas of customization and configuration for operations
  • know how to use the tracing and profiling functions
  • understand the concept of Avaloq message processing
  • understand the concept of Avaloq mailing generation
  • know how to debug and troubleshoot the operational processes
Course content
  • Tools (Central Services Desk, Task and Reporting Desk, SQL Developer)
  • Key elements (background processes and queues)
  • Job management/end of period (EOP)
  • Log analysis, tracing and profiling
  • Avaloq Application Monitor
  • Avaloq message handling
  • Mailing generation
Target audience
Members of IT operations departments, application managers and application operations managers responsible for operating the Avaloq Banking Suite
Duration
3 days
Prerequisites
  • Basic knowledge about databases and understanding simple PL/SQL statements
  • Completion of the Avaloq Foundation course (AFOU)