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Getting Started with IDEA: Importing and Analyzing Data

Event Start Date: 12/7/2017 10:00 AM Event End Date: 12/7/2017 11:15 AM

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Importing Data: setting a working folder, understanding the Import Assistant, and importing two file types with emphasis on importing a print report.

Analyzing Data: understanding data views, performing a file extraction, detecting duplicate data, using gap detection functions, summarizing data by groups (field summarization) and joining tables.

While awaiting the Getting Started webcast, we recommend you view our CaseWare IDEA 10 videos to familiarize yourself with IDEA and its features.

CPE: This event does not offer CPE, but please visit our Distance Learning courses to earn NASBA CPE credit.

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Training Course Descriptions

Hands down, IDEA is easier to use than other analytics tools. To fully maximize your use of IDEA and for faster implementation, we recommend new and experienced users take advantage of our many training opportunities. Our courses are offered throughout the U.S. and online for all levels of users (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced). Many will even earn NASBA CPE credit and help you work toward CaseWare Analytics IDEA Certification.

The best thing about our training - our first-class instructors. We've been working with IDEA for over 20 years - we know the product inside and out. Our instructors are Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), Certified Fraud Examiners (CFEs) and Certified IDEA Data Analysts (CIDA) with experience working in the trenches of accounting, audit and finance. Plus, they make learning fun…now that’s worth signing up for!

Solutions Development Testimonial Quotation Marks

I learned A TON! I am very excited to start applying the new concepts I learned to projects at the office and to also share my knowledge with co-workers.