This course is intended for business analysts who will work on Curam projects.
This course provides a thorough grounding in the fundamentals of the Curam Enterprise Framework (CEF). It presents a business analyst and caseworker overview that introduces the key components of the CEF, namely, Participant Management, Case Management, System Administration, Rules Management, Workflow Management, Financials, Outcome Planning, Common Intake, the Curam Documentation Center, and the Curam Impact and Relationship Analyzer (CIARA). The course explains Curam out-of-the-box functionality and the recommended approach to reusing the Curam reference application. The course enables learners to gain practical exposure to typical functional activities required of business analysts on projects.
The main functional components of the Curam Business Application Suite (CBAS) and the respective purposes of each component The distinction between Curam Enterprise and Solution Modules and their respective functionalities The key components of the CEF Documentation Center and CIARA and how they facilitate Curam-related business analysis activities Mapping legacy data requirements to the Curam database
Describe the main components of the CBAS Identify Curam Enterprise and Solution Modules Identify and navigate the various components of the CEF Use the Documentation Center Navigate the Curam Impact and Relationship Analyzer CIARA Participate in mapping legacy data requirements to the Curam database