About this course

If you want to provide your organization with powerful business intelligence and discovery tools – you have come to the right place! This course will give you the opportunity to learn how to go from data to insight the low-code way with Genus Analysis.

A1 – Introduction to Genus Analysis is a must if you want to build dashboards, visualizations, reports or data extracts in Genus. This 2-day course will cover the basic concepts of Business Intelligence (BI), data discovery, and in-memory analysis, and will show you how Genus can help you extract value and insights from the data you have in your Genus data model. You will learn how to define your own data marts, and how to set up predefined or on-demand analysis to empower the employees of your organization.

The course consists of a combination of instructor-led sessions, demos, lab sessions, and plenty of time for questions and clarifications.

Summary

TypeInstructor-led course
AudienceProfessionals, developers, business analysts and expert end users
LevelIntroductory
Length2 days
LanguageEnglish
PriceNOK 10.000 (ex. VAT)

Content

In this course the participants will work with Genus Analysis on a predefined App Model with existing data. The course covers topics such as:

  • Configuration and loading of a data mart
  • Using subsets and calculated fields
  • Formulas and actions
  • Visualizations
  • … and more

After attending this course, students should be able to use Genus Analysis on their own Genus applications and provide valuable insights to their company.

Audience

Business engineers, developers, business analysts, and expert end-users interested in using Genus Analysis.

Prerequisites

In addition to their professional experience, students who attend this course should have the following technical knowledge:

  • Some experience with data modelling
  • Good analytical skills

Want to learn more

Professionals planning to use the Genus platform for low-code application development are recommended to continue their learning by taking the course M1 – Visual development in Genus.