Training & Certification

AxiomSL offers a variety of training programs to ensure clients and partners around the world make optimal use of its products and services.

Training is available for users of AxiomSL’s core ControllerView product, its regulatory solutions and its client services. Specific modules have been created to address the needs of business users and technical and support staff. The topics covered include all of the objects available in ControllerView and how they can be used to generate and submit regulatory reports. Certification is available for those who successfully complete the ControllerView configuration modules.

Training is provided in a variety of formats to suit the different needs of users. It can be delivered in person at the offices of clients and partners, through online conferences and through self-learning programs that have been designed for the iPad. All of AxiomSL’s trainers are experts in its products with backgrounds in IT and teaching.

AxiomSL Training

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