Drive Team Excellence with Pega Corporate Training

Empower your teams with expert-led on-site/in-house or virtual/online Pega Training through Edstellar, a premier corporate training company for organizations globally. Our tailored Pega corporate training course equips your employees with the skills, knowledge, and cutting-edge tools needed for success. Designed to meet your specific needs, this Pega group training program ensures your team is primed to drive your business goals. Transform your workforce into a beacon of productivity and efficiency.

Built on Java, Pega provides a strong framework that enables companies to build scalable, enterprise-level applications with minimal coding. Enabling organizations to increase their efficiency and agility, the principal objective of Pega’s solution is to streamline and automate intricate business procedures. Pega training helps organizations deliver more tailored and responsive services, increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty.

Edstellar’s Pega instructor-led training course emphasizes personalized learning experiences and industry relevance. We customize this virtual/onsite Pega training course to ensure that professionals engage with material that is directly applicable to their unique professional contexts, enhancing the practicality and impact of the training.

Key Skills Employees Gain from Pega Training

Pega skills corporate training will enable teams to effectively apply their learnings at work.

  • Pega Application Debugging
  • Workflow Optimization
  • Business Solution Design
  • Advanced Data Handling
  • System Integration
  • Business Process Analysis

Key Learning Outcomes of Pega Training

Edstellar’s Pega training for employees will not only help your teams to acquire fundamental skills but also attain invaluable learning outcomes, enhancing their proficiency and enabling application of knowledge in a professional environment. By completing our Pega workshop, teams will to master essential Pega and also focus on introducing key concepts and principles related to Pega at work.

Employees who complete Pega training will be able to:

  • Debug and troubleshoot Pega applications to ensure reliability and performance
  • Optimize workflow processes and business rules to enhance operational efficiency
  • Design efficient, scalable, and maintainable business solutions using Pega’s platform
  • Implement advanced data handling and processing techniques within Pega applications
  • Integrate Pega applications with external systems and data sources for enhanced functionality
  • Analyze complex business processes to identify opportunities for automation using Pega's tools
  • Customize user interfaces to improve user experience and align with specific business requirements

Key Benefits of the Pega Corporate Training

Attending our Pega classes tailored for corporations offers numerous advantages. Through our on-site/in-house or virtual/online Pega training classes, participants will gain confidence and comprehensive insights, enhance their skills, and gain a deeper understanding of Pega.

  • Instills ideas in professionals for optimizing workflows
  • Provides insights into effective troubleshooting and problem-solving
  • Equips the team with the techniques to streamline business processes
  • Empower professionals with the skills to quickly build and deploy advanced, customizable applications
  • Develops proficiency among professionals in integrating complex systems, enhancing organizational connectivity and data flow

Topics and Outline of Pega Training

Our virtual and on-premise Pega training curriculum is divided into multiple modules designed by industry experts. This Pega training for organizations provides an interactive learning experience focused on the dynamic demands of the field, making it relevant and practical.

  1. BPM definition
    • Origins of BPM
    • Key components
  2. BPM philosophy
    • Business objectives
    • Workflow optimization
  3. BRE overview & description
    • Rule engines
    • Benefits and use cases
  4. PRPC overview & architecture
    • Key features
    • Architecture components
  5. Situational layer cake
    • Concept
    • Benefits
  6. Application development studios
    • Studio types
    • Functions and features
  7. Roles on Pega project
    • Role definitions
    • Responsibilities
  1. Custom application creation
    • Steps for creation
    • Best practices
  2. Framework & implementation layers
    • Distinctions and overlaps
    • Use cases for Each
  3. Application ID & version
    • Importance of versioning
    • ID generation mechanism
  4. Application definition
    • Purpose and benefits
    • Common mistakes
  5. Application classes layer
    • Hierarchical structure
    • Dependencies and linkages
  6. Operator ID
    • Role-based IDs
    • ID management and security
  1. Classes (abstract & concrete)
    • Distinctions
    • Use cases for each
  2. Inheritance (pattern and direct)
    • Differences in approach
    • When to use which
  3. Enterprise class structure
    • Organizational benefits
    • Structuring tips
  4. Organization, division, and unit
    • Hierarchical roles
    • Best practices
  5. Class group
    • Definition and benefits
    • Group management
  6. Work pool
    • Concept and importance
    • Effective pool management
  1. Introduction to creation of data type
    • Fundamental data types
    • Custom data types
  2. Adding fields, managing & creating properties
    • Field types and their importance
    • Effective property management
  3. Referencing properties & properties types
    • Direct vs indirect referencing
    • Best practices
  4. Creating rulesets in application
    • Why rulesets matter
    • Ruleset management
  5. Ruleset versioning
    • Importance of version control
    • Version management best practices
  6. Locking and unlocking rulesets
    • When and why to lock
    • Security considerations
  7. Branch ruleset
    • Concept and use cases
    • Branching strategies
  1. Introduction to case management
    • Role in business process management
    • Case management in Pega
  2. Creating a case type
    • Steps and best practices
    • Importance of case types
  3. Designing a case lifecycle
    • Lifecycle phases
    • Design considerations
  4. Stages, process and steps
    • Distinctions and connections
    • Flow design
  5. Flow & flow Action
    • Types of flows
    • Action triggers
  6. Section
    • Definition and utility
    • Design and customization
  1. Decision tree
    • Structure and uses
    • Designing a decision tree
  2. Decision table
    • Format and benefits
    • Best practices
  3. When rule
    • Applications and limitations
    • Configuration
  4. Map values
    • Importance and use cases
    • Configuration steps
  5. Forward & backward chaining
    • Concept and differences
    • Practical applications
  1. Declare expression
    • Syntax and examples
    • Use-cases
  2. Declare constraints
    • Types and implementation
    • Importance in validation
  3. Declare OnChange
    • Trigger events
    • Best practices
  4. Declare trigger
    • Types and configurations
    • Event handling
  5. Declare index
    • Use and benefits
    • Configuration steps
  6. Rule declare expression
    • Specifics and scenarios
    • Best practices
  1. Pega DB schema types
    • Schema design
    • Best practices
  2. Configuring a data table
    • Steps and considerations
    • Data table maintenance
  3. Basic OOTB tables
    • Overview and functions
    • Table types
  4. Exposing column properties
    • How and when to expose
    • Performance considerations
  1. Activities
    • Types of activities
    • Flow control in activities
  2. Data transforms
    • Importance and use cases
    • Configurations and settings
  3. How to set values with data transforms
    • Methods and best practices
    • Case studies
  4. How to set default property values
    • Context and importance
    • Procedures and guidelines
  5. Data transform and superclassing
    • Hierarchical benefits
    • Best practices
  1. Clipboard
    • Features and utility
    • Best practices for use
  2. Tracer
    • Importance and functions
    • Tips for effective tracing
  3. Live UI
    • Functionality and features
    • Real-time debugging
  4. Log files
    • Types of logs
    • Reading and interpretation
  1. Introduction to reporting and report definition
    • Types of reports
    • Configurations
  2. Configuring a report definition
    • Steps and prerequisites
    • Best practices
  3. Work queue configuration
    • Queue management
    • Role-based queues
  4. Workgroup configuration
    • Team collaboration
    • Workgroup features
  5. Configuring report definition in work queue
    • Practical scenarios
    • Setup and management
  1. PAL
    • Features and use cases
    • Interpretation of metrics
  2. PLA
    • Functions and advantages
    • Real-world application
  3. DB trace
    • Database-level debugging
    • Use cases
  4. Performance profiler
    • Analyzing metrics
    • Recommendations for improvement
  1. Creating a validate rule
    • Steps and guidelines
    • Common scenarios
  2. Using a validate rule
    • How and when to use
    • Real-world applications
  3. Validating a flow action with validate rules
    • Procedure and guidelines
    • Importance in workflow
  4. Calling validate rule from activities
    • Syntax and configuration
    • Use-cases
  5. Introduction to Pega guardrails
    • Concept and importance
    • Benefits in development
  6. 10 Guardrails
    • In-depth explanation
    • How to adhere
  1. Introduction to data pages
    • Importance and functionality
    • Types of data pages
  2. Types and modes of data pages
    • Comparison and use-cases
    • Configuration steps
  3. How to configure data page sourcing option
    • Steps and best practices
    • Case studies
  4. How to save data with a data page
    • Methods and guidelines
    • Real-world scenarios
  5. How to access on demand data with data page
    • Activation and configuration
    • Tips and tricks
  6. Introduction to compliance score
    • What it measures
    • How to improve
  1. Introduction to agents
    • Definition and role
    • Types of agents
  2. Agent types
    • Standard vs advanced
    • Configuration steps
  3. Agent configuration
    • Procedure and guidelines
    • Best practices
  4. Tracing the agent
    • How to set up tracing
    • Analysis and debugging
  1. Introduction to access group
    • Role and importance
    • Configuration steps
  2. Introduction to access roles
    • Definition and types
    • Best practices
  3. Introduction to rule resolution algorithm
    • How it works
    • Importance in development
  1. Introduction to Pega portals
    • Features and utility
    • Types of portals
  2. Portal types
    • Comparative analysis
    • Use-cases
  3. Creating portal rules
    • Steps and best practices
    • Common scenarios
  4. Referencing a portal rule
    • How and when to reference
    • Real-world applications
  5. Introduction to delegating rule management to business users
    • Benefits and risks
    • Best practices
  6. Business rules delegation
    • Steps and guidelines
    • Real-world scenarios
  1. Introduction to connectors
    • Types and use-cases
    • Best practices for integration
  2. Introduction to services
    • Definition and types
    • Configuration guidelines
  3. WSDL
    • What it is and how to use
    • Tips for effective integration
  4. Configuring a SOAP integration
    • Steps and best practices
    • Common pitfalls
  1. Introduction to exception handling
    • Importance and use-cases
    • Types of exceptions
  2. Configuring exception handling in SOAP
    • Steps and best practices
    • Monitoring and reporting
  3. Types of exception handling
    • Classification and differences
    • When to use each type
  4. Logging messages
    • Importance in debugging
    • Best practices
  1. Introduction to creating packages
    • Importance in deployment
    • What to include
  2. Product rule and configuration
    • Definition and setup
    • Common scenarios
  3. Creating a product file
    • Steps and requirements
    • Best practices
  4. Deploying a product file
    • Pre-deployment checks
    • Deployment steps
  5. Product file export and import
    • How to export
    • How to import

Target Audience for Pega Training Course

The Pega training course is designed for business analysts, software developers, project managers, quality assurance engineers, system architects, data scientists, customer service managers, operations managers, compliance officers, and IT consultants.

The Pega training program can also be taken by professionals at various levels in the organization.

  • Pega training for managers
  • Pega training for staff
  • Pega training for leaders
  • Pega training for executives
  • Pega training for workers
  • Pega training for businesses
  • Pega training for beginners
  • Pega group training
  • Pega training for teams
  • Pega short course

Prerequisites for Pega Training

The Pega training course requires a basic understanding of CRM and BPM tools. Additionally, it requires familiarity of web services to advanced integrations, computer programming concepts, and familiarity with software development methodologies.

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Corporate Training Delivery Modes
for Pega Training

At Edstellar, we understand the importance of impactful and engaging training for employees. To ensure the training is more interactive, we offer Face-to-Face onsite/in-house or virtual/online for companies. This approach has proven to be effective, outcome-oriented, and produces a well-rounded training experience for your teams.

Pega Virtual trainig

Our virtual training sessions bring expert-led, high-quality training to your teams anywhere, ensuring consistency and seamless integration into their schedules.

With global reach, your employees can get trained from various locations
The consistent training quality ensures uniform learning outcomes
Participants can attend training in their own space without the need for traveling
Organizations can scale learning by accommodating large groups of participants
Interactive tools can be used to enhance learning engagement
Pega On-site trainig

Edstellar's onsite training delivers immersive and insightful learning experiences right in the comfort of your office.

Higher engagement and better learning experience through face-to-face interaction
Workplace environment can be tailored to learning requirements
Team collaboration and knowledge sharing improves training effectiveness
Demonstration of processes for hands-on learning and better understanding
Participants can get their doubts clarified and gain valuable insights through direct interaction
Pega Off-site trainig

Edstellar's off-site training programs offer a unique opportunity for teams to immerse themselves in focused and dynamic learning environments away from their usual workplace distractions.

Distraction-free environment improves learning engagement
Team bonding can be improved through activities
Dedicated schedule for training away from office set up can improve learning effectiveness
Boosts employee morale and reflects organization's commitment to employee development

What Our Clients Say

We pride ourselves on delivering exceptional training solutions. Here's what our clients have to say about their experiences with Edstellar.

"Edstellar's IT Service Management training has been transformative. Our IT teams have seen significant improvements through multiple courses delivered at our office by expert trainers. Excellent feedback has prompted us to extend the training to other teams."

Liam Anderson
HR Head,
A Global Technology Company

"Edstellar's quality and process improvement training courses have been fantastic for our team of quality engineers, process engineers and production managers. It’s helped us improve quality and streamline manufacturing processes. Looking ahead, we’re excited about taking advanced courses in quality management, and project management, to keep improving in the upcoming months."

David Park
Operational Manager,
A Global High-Tech Engineering and Manufacturing Company

"Partnering with Edstellar for web development training was crucial for our project requirements. The training has equipped our developers with the necessary skills to excel in these technologies. We're excited about the improved productivity and quality in our projects and plan to continue with advanced courses."

Carlos Fernandez
Technical lead,
Global e-Learning Company

"Partnering with Edstellar for onsite ITSM training courses was transformative. The training was taken by around 80 IT service managers, project managers, and operations managers, over 6 months. This has significantly improved our service delivery and standardized our processes. We’ve planned the future training sessions with the company."

Ewan MacLeod
IT Director,
Innovative IT Company

"Partnering with Edstellar for onsite training has made a major impact on our team. Our team, including quality assurance, customer support, and finance professionals have greatly benefited. We've completed three training sessions, and Edstellar has proven to be a reliable training partner. We're excited for future sessions."

Rajesh Mehta
Operational Manager,
Sustainable Mobility Company

"Edstellar's online training on quality management was excellent for our quality engineers and plant managers. The scheduling and coordination of training sessions was smooth. The skills gained have been successfully implemented at our plant, enhancing our operations. We're looking forward to future training sessions."

David Harris
Head of Quality Assurance,
Leading IT Services Company

"Edstellar's online AI and Robotics training was fantastic for our 15 engineers and technical specialists. The expert trainers and flexible scheduling across different time zones were perfect for our global team. We're thrilled with the results and look forward to future sessions."

John Smith
Head of Technology Development,
Defense Technology Company

"Edstellar's onsite process improvement training was fantastic for our team of 20 members, including managers from manufacturing, and supply chain management. The innovative approach, and comprehensive case studies with real-life examples were highly appreciated. We're excited about the skills gained and look forward to future training."

James Carter
Head of Operations,
Global Food Company

"Edstellar's professional development training courses were fantastic for our 50+ team members, including developers, project managers, and consultants. The multiple online sessions delivered over several months were well-coordinated, and the trainer's methodologies were highly effective. We're excited to continue our annual training with Edstellar."

John Davis
Head of Training and Development,
Leading Tech Consultancy

"Edstellar's IT service management training for our 30 team members, including IT managers, support staff, and network engineers, was outstanding. The onsite sessions conducted over three months were well-organized, and it helped our team take the exams. We are happy about the training and look forward to future collaborations."

John Roberts
Head of IT Operations,
Leading Broadband Provider

"Edstellar's office productivity training for our 40+ executives, including project managers and business analysts, was exceptional. The onsite sessions were well-organized, teaching effective tool use with practical approaches and relevant case studies. Everyone was delighted with the training, and we're eager for more future sessions."

Andrew Scott
Head of Training and Development,
Leading Real Estate Firm

"Edstellar's quality management training over 8 months for our 15+ engineers and quality control specialists was outstanding. The courses addressed our need for improved diagnostic solutions, and the online sessions were well-organized and effectively managed. We're thrilled with the results and look forward to more."

Olivia Martin
Head of Quality Assurance,
Innovative Diagnostics Solutions Provider

"Edstellar's digital marketing training for our small team of 10, including content writers, SEO analysts, and digital marketers, was exactly what we needed. The courses delivered over a few months addressed our SEO needs, and the online sessions were well-managed. We're very happy with the results and look forward to more."

Emily Brown
Head of Digital Marketing,
Leading Market Research Firm

"Edstellar's telecommunications training was perfect for our small team of 12 network engineers and system architects. The multiple online courses delivered over a few months addressed our needs for network optimization and cloud deployment. The training was well-managed, and the case studies were very insightful. We're thrilled with the outcome."

Matthew Lee
Head of Network Services,
Leading Telecom Solutions Provider

"Edstellar's professional development training was fantastic for our 50+ participants, including team leaders, analysts, and support staff. Over several months, multiple courses were well-managed and delivered as per the plan. The trainers effectively explained topics with insightful case studies and exercises. We're happy with the training and look forward to more."

Sarah Mitchell
Head of Training and Development,
Leading Outsourcing Firm

Course Completion Certificate

Upon successful completion of the Pega training course offered by Edstellar, employees receive a course completion certificate, symbolizing their dedication to ongoing learning and professional development.

This certificate validates the employee's acquired skills and is a powerful motivator, inspiring them to enhance their expertise further and contribute effectively to organizational success.

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Meet Our Elite Trainers

The instructor-led training is conducted by certified trainers with extensive expertise in the field. Participants will benefit from the instructor's vast knowledge, gaining valuable insights and practical skills essential for success in Access practices.

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