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Introduction to multi-system integrations

It can be inefficient to download data from one tool and upload it to another. Automating the flow of information between cloud tools can save time and reduce data problems. Thanks to the rise of integration-as-a-service tools, you don’t need to be a data engineer to build automations between your systems.

In this course, you’ll learn how to evaluate integration strategies so that your data can move automatically between tools, saving you dozens of hours of manual effort. You’ll get familiar with triggers, documentation, and both sides of an integration (source and destination). By the end of the course, you’ll be able to get started on your data integration wish list — with no coding experience required.

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Cost per course

Members $125/Non-members $250


Qualifying credits

NTEN professional certificate

Certified Fund Raising Executive

Certified Association Executive


Course overview

Foundations of integration strategy

Understand how integrations work and the various automation options.

Inventory and documentation

Identify integration possibilities in your current cloud tools and document your decisions.

Planning and building

Know what data decisions must be made when designing integrated systems and learn to build a no-code integration.

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Do you regularly download data from one tool and upload it to another? This course will help you automate this process and save yourself tons of time.

- Instructor Aine McGlynn

Meet the presenter

Aine McGlynn

Pronouns: She/Her

CEO

Aine McGlynn Consulting

Aine is an "accidental techie" with more than ten years of experience in development, staff andstakeholder management, strategic technology decision making, partnerships, board governance, and program development. She is committed to finding creative solutions to information and data management challenges for small organizations and businesses.She holds a doctorate from the University of Toronto with a focus on global activisms and gender formations and has published widely.Aine runs a consultancy dedicated to upping the digital skills and information management practices of small non-profit organizations.


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