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Event

Itron Enterprise Edition™ Functional Advanced

Start:  6/17/2024

End:  6/26/2024

Location:  VIRTUAL

Type:  Training

Presenter:  Kevin Pestian

Primary Contact:  

Itron Enterprise Edition Functional Advanced (FA) Training

Consists of nine modules aimed at the administrative functions within the system.

This IEE advanced course is required for training for a utility’s personnel who are involved in the administration and maintenance including configuring validation editing and estimation, system settings, user management, meter and customer configuration and application support of the Itron Enterprise Edition solution.

Prerequisites: IEE Functional Basics

Cost of Entire Course (11 Modules): $4,000 USD

For those students that would like to take modules a la carte, the individual module prices are listed below, with details.


Module 1: FA01: Administration System Settings

This module is designed for administrators or IT personnel who are required to configure IEE MDM for operational use at their utility. To get maximum value out of this class you should already have a basic knowledge of the IEE MDM application, service point model, and AMI functionality.

June 17, 11:00AM-2:15PM ET

Intended Audience
System Administrators and IT personnel who are responsible for long-term IEE system operation.

Prerequisites
Itron Enterprise Edition Functional Basics Series

Cost - $500 USD per student

Module 2: FA03: Administration User Management

This module explains how to create and manage users who access IEE MDM. Roles, workgroups, and security groups are explained. The primary intended audience is anyone managing IEE MDM users and their permissions.

June 17, 2:45PM-3:45PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone managing IEE users and their permissions.

Prerequisites
FA04: Service Management

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 3: FA02: Program-Based Configuration Management

To get maximum value out of this module you should already have a basic knowledge of the IEE MDM application, service point model, and understand the concept behind program-based configuration. This includes training or experience in using the IEE MDM user interface.

June 18, 11:00AM-1:45PM ET

Intended Audience
IEE MDM System Administrators and super users who are responsible for setting up and maintaining program configurations.

Prerequisites
Knowledge of the IEE MDM application, service point model, and understanding the concept behind program-based configuration. This includes training or experience in using the IEE MDM user interface.

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 4: FA04: Service Management

This module explains how to add and manage servers and application services.

June 18, 2:15PM-4:15PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone managing or monitoring servers and application services for IEE.

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 5: FA05: Tasks and Schedules Advanced

This module is designed for anyone responsible for setting up complex tasks and schedules in IEE. This can include operators, super users and administrators. To get maximum value out of this class you should already have a basic knowledge of the IEE MDM application, service point model, configuration (PBC and Advanced), and task basics.

June 19, 11:00AM-2:45PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone setting up complex tasks and schedules in IEE, including super users, administrators, and owners of automated schedules.

Cost - $500 USD per student

Module 6: FA09: MDM Group Maintenance
This module explains how to create static and dynamic groups of entities, such as service points and accounts. Using these groups for reports, tasks, and other IEE MDM functions is also covered. By the end of this class you should be able to create and use MDM groups.

June 19, 3:15PM-4:15PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone creating entity groups.

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 7: FA06: Validation, Editing and Estimation

This module provides training on creating Validation Sets and creating Estimation Sets. Also covered is the functionality required to distribute queue workloads and configuration adjustments needed to support VEE operations.

June 20, 11:00AM-4:45PM ET

Intended Audience

Anyone creating Validation Sets or Estimation Sets, including administrators and super users.

Cost - $500 USD per student

Module 8: FA10: Universal Calculation Engine (UCE)

This module explains calculations and formula functionality in IEE. The Universal Calculation Engine (UCE) language and syntax is discussed, as well as some additional uses in graphs and reports. 

June 24, 11:00AM-3:30PM ET

Intended Audience

Anyone using UCE functionality. 

Cost - $500 USD per student

Module 9: FA07: Advanced Configuration

This module module is designed for anyone responsible for configuring meters, service points, or accounts through Advanced Configuration. To get maximum value out of this class you should already have a basic knowledge of the IEE MDM application and user-interface, service point model, and AMI functionality. You should also have attended the Program-Based Configuration Basics class.

June 25, 11:00AM-1:30PM ET

Intended Audience

Anyone who needs to create or modify configurations in IEE, including operators, super users, and administrators.

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 10: FA08: Rate Modeler Advanced

June 26, 11:00AM-2:45PM ET

This class explains how to model demand response programs in IEE’s Rate Modeler. It covers: 

Creation of Critical Peak Pricing and Peak Time Rebate programs. 
Options for event handlers, aggregation and reporting types. 
Creation of programs with contract reservation charges, reduction and positive reduction, and net energy metering. 
Instructions for managing overlapping programs.
To get maximum value out of this class you should already have a basic knowledge of the IEE MDM application, the service point model, and Program-Based Configuration (PBC). You should also have experience building less complex rate schedules using Rate Modeler. Intended Audience The intended audience is IEE MDM super users and administrators..

Cost - $500 USD per student

Module 11: FA11: Settlements Advanced

June 26, 3:15 PM-4:45 PM ET

This module covers the tasks that System Administrators or other key personnel will accomplish when configuring the Settlement Workbench to operate.

 Add a Settlement Market and Settlement Zone through the Rich Client User Interface.
 Add a Settlement Market or Settlement Zone to a Settlement Service Point in the User Interface.
 Add Settlement Codes through the Rich client User Interface.
 Locate the required API Schema definitions and samples for importing Settlement entities.
 Explain the relationships among Settlement Markets, Settlement Zones, and Settlement Points in the IEE Data Model.
 Recognize the presence of new Settlement tables in the IEE database.
 Adjust required settings, codes tables, and permissions in the Administration Workbench.
 Create a task for retrieving Settlement data.
 Schedule a task for submitting Settlement data.
 Configure an AMI Data Export task template for Settlements Data.
Intended Audience The intended audience is IEE MDM super users and administrators.

Cost - $250 USD per student

Complete 11 Module Course Rate: $4,000 USD per student

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