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Steffen Pöhler

Steffen Pöhler
Head of Training and Documentation
Phone +49 30 726112-368

Training Center Berlin

Bosch Software Innovations GmbH Education Services
Schöneberger Ufer 89-91
10785 Berlin
Phone +49 30 726112-368
Fax +49 30 726112-100

Advanced inubit workflow design (IS-A202)


The training course "Advanced inubit workflow design" will teach the participants about the methods and tools that will enable them to implement complex scenarios in technical workflows.

The focus will be on the area of design, and on teaching best practices for resolving problems that occur frequently.

In addition, this course provides practical examples to prepare participants for the exam as "Certified Technology Professional - inubit", which is the conclusion of the course.


  • Structure of complex workflows
  • Partner management
  • Testing & deployment
  • Best practices
  • User integration
  • Generating workflows


4 days (9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.)

Goals of training:

After this training course, participants will be able to implement more complex solutions in a construct of technical workflows while observing criteria such as reusability, ease of maintenance and performance.

Target group:

IT employees, business analysts, process consultants with a strong affinity for IT

Previous knowledge:

Experience in creating technical workflows with workflow controls, XSLT mappings and workflow variables, e.g. from course IS-B201


Exam as "Certified Technology Professional - inubit"


17 Education Credits/ 2890,00 € excl. VAT

Date and Location of Training:

10/18/2016 | Berlin, Germany | German

12/05/2016 | Berlin, Germany | German