Axiell training

Introduction to Adlib Importing

Ben Doty Software Consultant

Course Overview:
Adlib is a flexible system designed to allow you to import data into it from many other applications.

This course covers the basic premises of how to import into Adlib, concentrating on data coming from Excel spreadsheets. Attendees learn about the different possibilities for exporting and importing data into and out of Adlib, mapping and creating import jobs. Some of the issues that arise when importing will be covered, as will solutions to these, including interpreting error messages and using adapl to help importing (an overview of adapl is included).

The course uses a mixture of practical exercises and demonstrations. The standard Adlib software is used.

Aimed At:
Anyone responsible for overall data in your Adlib system.

Guidance Level:
Experienced users with a knowledge of Designer and the application.

Price $1600 per day plus expenses $1600 per day plus expenses
There is a minimum requirement of 5 days training for an institution to book.
You can book more than one course to make up the 5 day minimum.
Duration 1 Day 1 Day
Trainer Ben Doty Ben Doty
Ben has worked for Axiell as a trainer since 2016, delivering online, on-site, and in-office trainings on an ever-increasing number of Axiell products. In addition, he assists with testing, performs data migrations, consults on new products, writes documentation, and helps out anywhere else necessary.

Ben came to Axiell from a heritage background, working and volunteering at many museums and archives, as well as pursuing a degree in Museum Studies, giving him an understanding of how customers are trying to use Axiell products that he uses to improve training.

I very much enjoyed the pace of the course and the level of interactivity he achieved, in spite of the fact that we were doing remote training.

Darcy Shapiro New Jersey State Museum

Found the course interesting and engaging! The instruction was very comprehensive. Really liked the use of the training environment.

Emily Bamforth, Royal Saskatchewan Museum Royal Saskatchewan Museum

[The trainer] did a great job of making sure everyone's questions and concerns were addressed, and made sure that everyone had a comprehensive understanding of the concepts we covered.

Julie McVey National Geographic, Washington D.C
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