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ReformIS Graduates First from Cadis Centre for Excellence

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Global EDM specialist Cadis has certified the first graduates of its Centre of Excellence. ReformIS, an information systems consultancy and Cadis official partner, has cemented its expertise and successfully put its key consultants through the five-day certification course. 50 further candidates from multiple institutions are also already signed up for future courses.

“Across our asset management practice, our clients are demanding not only the best solutions there are but also proven, effective and timely delivery expertise. Best practice is at the heart of Cadis’ implementation process and this investment in our consultants ensures that the highest standards are maintained. ReformIS now has official recognition of its Cadis capabilities. We are fully qualified to provide both greenfield Cadis implementations as well as enhancements to existing Cadis clients who want to customise the solutions for their unique business needs,” said Brian Woodham, ReformIS MD.

In addition to London, upcoming courses are already scheduled for Toronto and New York with plans in the pipeline for courses in Asia.

“Cadis is rapidly expanding, with seven deals executed in the first quarter of this year alone. We have a 100% successful implementation record and pride ourselves on transparency to our clients and a best practice approach to everything we do,” said Dan Simpson, CEO, Cadis. “This certification programme empowers partners and clients alike to build up global teams. These teams can be trusted to make future developments of the solution happen at both a reasonable time and cost, a first in the data management industry.”

Clients and partners must all pass the introductory module before going on to qualify in specialist modules. For example, partner status means all ReformIS certified consultants are now competent in at least two of the following: Advanced analyst/developer, Advanced end user and Advanced support/technical.

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