Panels in iMIS Cloud Enterprise and Professional allow administrators to add demographics for any data you want to collect.
By using panels during the implementation, you have the opportunity to clean up your demographics and store what’s important to your organization in iMIS screens and sources. Security in iMIS allows you secure panels by group and role.
With the Panel Designer, you can craft reusable panels that combine fields from many tables. You can also define new data structures (business objects and properties) to manage information for your organization. Without special tools or knowledge of the iMIS schema, you can add data sources right from your browser. When you save the panel, you save your newly created data sources as iMIS business objects.
This course will provide you with an introduction to on the how to add fields to IMIS to model your business within IMIS without duplicating out of the box fields. We will teach best practices for maintaining panels and tracking changes to the data stored in them. In class we’re share how to best implementation panel standards and maintain them.
How you will benefit
You will be able to:
- Plan your panel sources and panel interfaces
- Secure panels by user groups
- Extend and maintain custom structures
While this class is designed for users of iMIS Cloud Enterprise, clients of iMIS Cloud Professional may also benefit.
For more information, please feel free to review our detailed class page (including a downloadable brochure), or to learn more about our AYD classes in general, please check out our FAQ sheet.
Note: The times listed for this class are based on North American Eastern Standard Time. Details for accessing this At Your Desk class will be emailed to you approximately 24 hours before the start of the class.
Reminder: This session will be recorded, and the recording will be made available to all attendees. By registering for and attending the session, you give permission to ASI to record, reproduce and distribute the audio/video recordings from this training session. This session should be considered a public forum.