“I didn’t realize how many different departments at CU*Answers review ideas and the development process that they go through. It’s impressive to see how many eyes see the various ideas and became understandable how it takes time to implement. I would recommend for any credit union to attend and become more knowledgeable and involved in the software development process at CU*Answers.”
-Kevin Finneran, Diversified Members CU

This boot camp was designed to give credit union executives hands-on experience in owning and crafting solutions. Over the course of a year, participants spent a total of 8 days working with CUSO insiders on the roadmaps and approaches for creating databases that yield value to credit union leaders and teams. The What Makes Data Valuable Executive Boot Camp will focused on…

Brainstorming with CU*Answers data architects and credit union peers around the data available to CU organizations.

Working as a group to identify the characteristics of data that help discern the difference between information and knowledge.

Creating a foundation for all CUs in the cuasterisk.com network to up their game for a future based on intuition from data.

Wrapping Up the 2016 Boot Camp

vol-2-christine-non-members-1 Congratulations to all graduates of the 2016 Data Boot Camp! As part of their graduation requirements, participants were tasked with writing their own Building the Factory document to illustrate how to use the data within CU*BASE to complete a marketing or managerial campaign from beginning to end. Read all the special Boot Camp editions on our Building the Factory page.

 

Boot Camp Particulars

  • 12 students to be selected from applicants
    • 1 representative per CU
  •  Four 2-day sessions (8 days total)
    • 1 session per quarter
  • CU*Answers to pay overnight lodging and food
    • Travel is at your expense
  • Work-study program (there will be homework!)
  • Must attend all 8 days to graduate

Scheduled Classes

  1. November 18-19, 2015
  2. February 10-11, 2016
  3. May 11-12, 2016
  4. August 10-11, 2016
Updated
November 21, 2016

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