Uniqueness of our training process

  • We teach systems analysis and design is all about common sense.
  • We make the participant understand the NEED behind every concept. In other words our training focuses on WHY?
  • Unfortunately most of the books on the subject of systems only focuses on WHAT but fail to addresses the WHY and hence most of the engineers do a lot of things with out understanding the need of the same.
  • We believe there is a non functional constraint/requirement behind every need of a concept which most of the engineers are not aware off.
  • We have trained a lot of non software engineers or laymen on the best practices of analysis and design of system ranging from fresh non software graduates.
  • I know this will sound unbelievable , but one of the reasons I have succeeded as a Trainer for System Analysis and Design is because I can make this subject extremely simple so that any laymen can appreciate the same.
  • The best way to validate the same is to either refer to my customer references attend any of our training sessions.
  • Another excellent example of the same is Gunjan who is a non software engineer, but is currently writing my book on "Best practices of Analysis and Design".
  • We can make a fresh non software graduate , a trained analysis and design professional [much better than a software professional with 10 years of experience in the current industry] within 1 month with a training expense of Rs 25,000 per professional.
  • Our training expertise is very proprietary to us and cannot be easily replicated.
 
Hemant Jha
Founder - VPlanSolutions
Researcher, Trainer

www.VPlanSolutions.co.in