TUBA has been developed using state of the art technology with a powerful user interface. CSII recommends training for all users and administrators. Our training program is flexible and configurable to your needs so let us know if you need a custom designed package.
TUBA Certification raises the professional standard and enables you and your team members to stand out from the pack. Certification enables you and your team members to be recognized for demonstrating and maintaining a high level of expertise with the TUBA platform.
Learn the concept of the Address tables and columns and understand how to create valid address values.
Learn how to create attachment types and understand the concept of info fields and various field types that can be created and associated with the attachment types.
Learn how to create and manage users that login and use TUBA for back office tasks. Learn how to configure access controls and assign the necessary permissions to manage their day-to-day activities on TUBA. Understand the concept of trusted user, create departments and groups and learn how to associate ignature codes with users.
Learn how to define people types, status types, import/export activities and set up default values for people types.
Learn how to define property types, status types, and import/export activities and set up default values for property types.
Learn how to create valid values such as folder types, sub types, work types, folder groups, and how to configure the default values for different folder types.
Learn how to create different fee types, payment types and how to set up GL account numbers.
Learn how to create process types, disciplines, process groups, attempts, and how to setup default process values and deficiency configurations.
Learn about each type of procedure and how/when they are triggered within TUBA. Write stored procedures and business rules for performing automated tasks and updates.
Learn how to create lookup tables and writing business rules that use the lookup tables.
Learn how to create merge documents including single-merge and multi-merge including the use script-less document configuration.
Learn how to setup clauses that can be reused in various places in TUBA.
Learn how to create scheduler procedures, batch Jobs and how to setup patterns to generate reports and perform update operations. Optional module.
Learn how to configure reports that can be generated from various locations in TUBA.
Learn how to create freeform(s) that can be used in people, property, folder and process tables. Freeforms enable you and your team to design your own tabs and pages.
Learn how to setup email templates using scripting and script-less techniques and how to use the templates throughout the TUBA platform.
Learn how to effectively use your Scan Station module to scan and upload external documents directly into the Attachment tabs. Optional module.
Learn the basic concepts using examples from the Permits, Business License and Professional License standpoint to get an overall idea about the application. Basic concepts of the main entities: Folder, People and Property
Login to TUBA and understand the application framework. Understand the different parts of the screen such as Menu Bar, tools, etc. and what they are used for. Setup User preferences, including My Office.
Learn how to add, edit and manage People records.
Learn how to add, edit and manage Property records.
Learn how to add, edit and manage different Folders including the end to end life cycle of a Folder. Review all the options, buttons, tabs and other features. Learn about Task Lists for Process management. Learn how to generate basic reports.
Designed for Business Analysts who are the bridge between TUBA users and TUBA Administrators. Exam candidates must have sufficient knowledge about TUBA and understand the technology behind creation of Folders, people, and property, including knowledge on TUBA Admin configuration and procedure triggers. Exam candidates should also understand how to identify procedural issues.
Product Specialists with good knowledge on TUBA Administration qualify for this exam. Exam candidates must have similar knowledge as business analysts (see above) and will login as multiple users and navigate to different areas of TUBA, explaining how the tasks are performed while selecting relevant screenshots.
Exam candidates should be part of the core technical team and/or experienced with the configuration of TUBA. Candidates will need to build Folder Types and Process Types including writing, editing and updating business rules. ACS exam candidates should be technically sound in writing SQL scripts for SQL/Oracle DBs.