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Exmacon is a successful provider of training services in the field of IT, banking and finance. Our training courses are focused on providing practical assistance to specialists dealing with:
  • the business analysis, data analysis, and preparation of technical specifications for developers
  • the implementation and development of .Net applications 
  • the data integration on the basis of IBM InfoSphere Information Server product range
  • data warehouse modelling using IBM Banking DataWarehouse 
  • the implementation of a Management Information System (MIS) based on IBM Cognos BI, SAP Business Objects, QlikView
  • the management of assets and liabilities in banks
  • the development of a financial accounting and reporting system
  • the management accounting and risk-based profitability assessment
  • the strategic planning
  • the organization of sales in banks.
Exmacon offers corporate training as a value-added service in data warehouse implementation and bank restructuring projects. Together with the Banking University of the National Bank of Ukraine, Exmacon is training IT and finance specialists for Ukraine’s banking sector. 
 
Together with our Austrian counterpart, Fachhochschule des BFI Wien, we are going to offer corporate curricula for bankers and IT specialists of CIS countries in the following areas in 2015 to 2016:
  • Banking and Finance
  • IT Project Management
  • Corporate Social Responsibility

Today, Exmacon offers training courses in the following areas:

Database development .NET

Microsoft

This training cycle is focused on mastering LINQ technology for dealing with data, which is integrated into C#, key tools for the development of software to work with various databases, and the review of database protection principles and connections to databases with various levels of access authority.

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ASP.NET

Microsoft

This training cycle is focused on mastering the knowledge needed to develop and maintain Web sites, the operating mechanisms of applications, and principles of server-side query processing, as well as specific features of Microsoft’s ASP.NET web platform.

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