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Event

Itron Enterprise Edition (IEE) Functional Basics (FB) Training

Start:  1/22/2024

End:  1/31/2024

Location:  VIRTUAL

Type:  Training

Presenter:  Kevin Pestian

Primary Contact:  

Module 1: FB01: Overview and the Service Point Model

This module introduces the key concepts and features that anyone using Itron Enterprise Edition (IEE) Meter Data Management (MDM) needs to understand. 

January 22, 11:00 AM-2:30 PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone new to IEE MDM, including operators and administrators.

Prerequisites  None 

Cost - $500 USD per student  

Module 2: FB02: Introduction to the IEE User Interface  

This module introduces the IEE user interface that anyone using IEE MDM needs to understand.   

January 22, 3:00 PM-3:45 PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone new to IEE MDM, including operators, administrators, revenue investigators, super users, IT and database managers, network or systems administrators, rate managers, owners of validation, editing and estimation (VEE) algorithms and formulas.  

Prerequisites
FB01   

Cost - $250 USD per student 

Module 3: FB04: Program-Based Configuration (PBC) Basics  

This module is designed for anyone responsible for configuring meters, service points, or accounts through Program-Based Configuration (PBC). It is a prerequisite for administrators or super-users who set up the PBC programs. 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. 

January 23, 11:00 AM-1:15 PM ET

Intended Audience
Anyone who needs to view or modify program-based configurations in IEE MDM, including operators, super users, and administrators.   

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB03    

Cost - $500 USD per student  

Module 4: FB09: Task Basics  

This module provides an overview of how tasks are created, how to use the Task Monitor and how to create one-time tasks applying task templates. Automated schedules are introduced as a source of these tasks.   

January 23, 1:45 PM - 3:00 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone monitoring task progress or creating one-time tasks, including operators, super users and administrators.   

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02   

Cost - $250 USD per student  

Module 5: FB05: Validation, Estimation and Editing (VEE) Basics  

This module is designed for operators or basic users who are required to monitor validation queue exceptions and resolve them on the job. To get maximum value out of this class you should already have a basic knowledge of the IEE MDM application. This includes high level familiarity with how IEE MDM works, understanding of how it is configured, and training or experience in using its user interface.   

January 24, 11:00 AM-5:00 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for Anyone monitoring VEE processes or editing data, including operators and super users.

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02

Cost - $500 USD per student  

Module 6: FB03: Meter Data Management (MDM) Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) Overview  

Introduces the key terms, concepts and features of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) meter data management (MDM) using Itron Enterprise Edition (IEE). An overview of AMI technology, business impacts, dataflow and workflow are described. IEE MDM AMI tools such as interactive communications and monitors are briefly introduced.   

January 25, 11:00 AM-12:45 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone new to managing AMI meter data with IEE MDM.  

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02   

Cost - $250 USD per student  

Module 7: FB07: Monitoring AMI Readings Imports  

This module addresses AMI Readings Imports (ARI) process components and terminology; data flows, including the resubmit and retry processes, gap filling, handling of historical reads, and Workbin functions; use of the ARI Dashboard; and use of the Import Fail Queue.  

January 25, 1:15 PM-3:00 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is for anyone monitoring AMI Readings import operations, including operators and super users. 

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB03 · FB05   

Cost - $250 USD per student  

Module 8: FB08: Monitoring AMI Billing Exports  

This module covers the AMI billing export process, how to monitor exceptions, suggested steps to investigate and resolve exceptions, tools such as the AMI Billing Export monitor, and the AMI Billing Exception Trend Analysis.  

January 25, 3:30 PM-4:45 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is for anyone who must monitor billing exports and resolve exceptions.

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB03 · FB05 · FB07

Cost - $250 USD per student  

Module 9: FB06: Communicating with AMI Endpoints  

This module is designed for IEE MDM users responsible for completing manual two-way communications with AMI endpoints. 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. This includes training or experience in using the IEE MDM user interface.   

January 29, 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone who manually initiates two-way communications processes with AMI meters.   

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB07   

Cost - $250 USD per student  

Module 10: FB13: Working with External Systems

This module explains how to manage and monitor AMI Data Exports, create device event reports and exports, and manage the meter reading processes running through the Collection System Integration function. It not only covers routine tasks, but also configuration guidelines.    

January 29, 12:30 PM-1:45 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for operators and super users responsible for any of the above tasks. 

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB07 · FB08 · FB09   

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 11: FB15: Device Events

This module explains the process of filtering events and alarm notifications. Additionally, the module will review the process of mapping event codes and export events in IEE.

January 29, 2:15 PM-3:00 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for operators, analysts and super users responsible for defining, maintaining and reporting on meter events

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02  · FB09   

Cost - $250 USD per student

Module 12: FB10: Rate Modeler Basics

This module covers how to create simple rates required to support AMI Billing Export and IEE C&I Customer Care. This includes a simple uniform rate, a tiered rate, and a time-of-use rate with seasons and peak periods.   

January 30, 11:00 AM-1:15 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone responsible for adding rates to Rate Modeler.   

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB04 · FB08   

Cost - $500 USD per student  

Module 13: FB12: Introduction to Service Mode 

This module introduces the key terms, concepts and features of IEE MDM Service Mode. An overview of Service Mode architecture, configuration updates, administration and settings are described. 

January 30, 1:45 PM-3:45 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone responsible for adding rates to Rate Modeler.

Prerequisites 
FB01 · FB02 · FB04 · FB08    

Cost - $250 USD per student 

Module 14: FB11: Monitoring Service Orders  

This module introduces the Service Order Monitor. Service order statuses and codes are explained. 

January 31, 11:00 AM-11:30 AM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone monitoring service orders in IEE.  

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02  

Cost - $250 USD per student  

Module 15: FB16: Settlements Overview.

This module describes how settlements are used and the differences between wholesale and retail settlements.

 Additionally, the module will outline a typical process a utility may use when participating in the settlements process  

January 31, 12:00 PM-12:45 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for anyone requiring a better understand of the settlement process.

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB09   

Cost - $250 USD per student 

Module 16: FB17: Settlements

This module explains how to view the settlement dashboard, update the view of the data displayed in the Load Summary, Market Summary, and Daily Settlement Workbench panels.

Additionally, the module will review the process to submit data to, or request data from, the Market for zones or settlement points and export data for offline use.

January 31, 1:15 PM-2:00 PM ET

Intended Audience
This module is intended for operators or analysts who will be involved in the settlement process. 

Prerequisites
FB01 · FB02 · FB09   

Cost - $250 USD per student
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