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Intellitechnologies is a premier business - driven IT training and Consulting firm founded by a team of IT veterans who have managed and implemented large-scale custom and commercial off-the-shelf projects in different software development lifecycle phases across different Domains. Our technology leadership team, comprising of Architects, Project Managers, Business Analysts, Technical Leads and Senior Developers come with rich experience in delivering multimillion dollar Projects for companies across the globe. The team’s extensive experience in the design, implementation, and management of IT systems includes consulting with many companies and teaching and training in SAP, Datawarehousing, Oracle, SAS, Java, Testing Tools More.....

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Intellitechnologies is a leading SAP online training Center. We are focused not only on SAP Training and also specialized in Real Time and Project Training.

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Intellitechnologies provides recruiting services to its strong client base. We recruit IT professionals on contract to hire and full-time basis.

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Intellitechnologies serves corporate clients globally through IT consulting and staffing. We have gained 100% clients confidence and trust.

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INTELLITECHNOLOGIES
1745 Broadway,
New York,
NY 10019
info@intellitechnologies.com

 

Intellitechnologies are the thought leaders in the domain of professional SAP training services in implementing world class infrastructure. As the state-of-the-art IT training service enable, Intellitechnologies possess deep domain expertise and professional acumen among the key training placements and management team.
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Our online training programs in different IT modules are designed to provide exhaustive learning experience for students through the medium of Internet. Our personalized Online training sessions are based on the interest and degree of expertise of the student. By using different web conferencing tools, our experienced real-time trainers ensure that you get trained wherever you are in USA, UK, Europe, The Middle East or Australia.

Online Training

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We help organizations train their employees on emerging Information technologies. Our online Training, corporate training programs combine the latest theory and technological developments with practical interactive delivery style. Our versatile corporate course schedule, mentoring techniques and asynchronous collaboration in accordance with the business specificities helps you reach your training goals easily and efficiently.

Corporate Training

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Training to Placement process

  1. Training & Assigments.
  2. Case Studies.
  3. Self Study & Resume Preparation.
  4. Mock Interviews.
  5. Marketing and Placement.

Training and Assignments

  1. Certified corporate trainer with 9+ Years Experience.
  2. Interactive, hands-on training sessions.
  3. Quality study material, E-books, Certification Material.
  4. Video Recording of Every session.
  5. Provied software.
  6. Certification Guidance after training.

Studies Material

  • case studies based on actual projects.
  • Learn real time project methodology.
  • Get familiar with role responsibilityand day to day activites.
  • Improve your confidence to work as a real time consultant.

Resume Prepration

  • one on one guidance provided by our industry expert to help you build a great looking resume.
  • Resume is your first impression to the client.

Mock Interview

1. Two Phases of mock interviews.

  1. Technical skill.
  2. project skill.

2. Several rounds of mock interview until you get better to take client calls.

3. Trainer Sr. consultant, Guidance Counselars are involved in taking mock interviews.

4. We use a grade scale of 1-10 to evaluate your mock interviews.

5. Guidance after every mock interview.

Marketing and Placement

1. one on one access to a recruiter who works with the trainee to get interview call.

2. Full access to trainer, counselors, Sr. Consultant for guidance until you clear a client interview.

Placement

Training to Placement process

Training to Placement process
  1. Training & Assigments.
  2. Case Studies.
  3. Self Study & Resume Preparation.
  4. Mock Interviews.
  5. Marketing and Placement.
Training and Assignments
  1. Certified corporate trainer with 9+ Years Experience.
  2. Interactive, hands-on training sessions.
  3. Quality study material, E-books, Certification Material.
  4. Video Recording of Every session.
  5. Provied software.
  6. Certification Guidance after training.
Studies Material
  • case studies based on actual projects.
  • Learn real time project methodology.
  • Get familiar with role responsibilityand day to day activites.
  • Improve your confidence to work as a real time consultant.
Resume Prepration
  • one on one guidance provided by our industry expert to help you build a great looking resume.
  • Resume is your first impression to the client.
Mock Interview 1. Two Phases of mock interviews.
  1. Technical skill.
  2. project skill.
2. Several rounds of mock interview until you get better to take client calls. 3. Trainer Sr. consultant, Guidance Counselars are involved in taking mock interviews. 4. We use a grade scale of 1-10 to evaluate your mock interviews. 5. Guidance after every mock interview. Marketing and Placement 1. one on one access to a recruiter who works with the trainee to get interview call. 2. Full access to trainer, counselors, Sr. Consultant for guidance until you clear a client interview.

SAP HR & Payroll training

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In many organisations Payroll and HR have an uneasy relationship. While Payroll straddles both the Finance and HR functions, Payroll has traditionally reported into HR. However, the HR function has undergone significant change over the last twenty years which has left many Payroll professionals struggling to understand HR’s priorities and role.

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The issue seems to lie with the wealth of HR literature that sells HR professionals and business managers the promise of an HR nirvana based on the concept of business partnership. The trouble starts when the ‘journey’ proves to be more taxing than anticipated and the outputs don’t deliver what is expected.

Although the promise of business partnership may be overstated, the foundations upon which it is built however reflect a significant and global trend of organisations recognising the importance of people in creating a sustainable competitive advantage. A global trend that is also starting to affect the Payroll function.

HR and the Business - How to work in true partnership this workshop focuses on providing delegates with a new outlook and understanding of what true partnership looks like and how it operates.  This workshop does not pretend that new job titles, changed responsibilities and a better HRIS will lead to HR doing a better job.  While part of the answer, true change comes from recognising that the relationships between HR and the rest of the organisation, including itself, are the foundations for real development and advancement of the function.

This workshop challenges delegates to re-think and reshape their relationship with HR.  By helping to understand the global forces that are driving HR towards the business partnership approach, Payroll can not only better understand the emerging role of HR but also appreciate many of the issues, concerns and frustrations felt by HR professionals as they see their function change and develop.  This knowledge will not only allow Payroll professionals to develop more effective relationships with their HR colleagues but will prepare them for those same organisational drivers in the future.

  • Understanding the changing nature of organisations
  • The rise of the non-traditional organisation
  • The growing importance of global societal trends and their impact on organisations
  • Understanding HR
  • The history of HR
  • The drivers towards ‘business partnership’
  • HR looking forward
  • Payroll & HR
  • Why bother working with HR?
  • What HR can learn from Payroll
  • What Payroll can learn from HR
  • Working together
  • Building effective relationships
  • Key competencies and skills
  • The power of 2
  • Hints and tips
  • Applying your new found skills and knowledge
  • Taking it back into the workplace.

The facilitators use a delegate centred learning approach which places the emphasis on the delegate’s personal and organisational needs (within the overall programme framework) and not on a predetermined agenda.

  • Combined with access to individual assessments, organisational games, tried and tested tools and chances to work in teams and individually, delegates will experience a memorable, intensive and challenging day of learning and development.
  • Delegates will gain insights into their own personal skill set, receive one-to-one professional help in building a personal development plan and have plenty of opportunities to practice the new skills and knowledge they gain on the programme.
  • A comprehensive approach to understanding the key drivers of HR and how Payroll can build effective relationships with them
  • Delegate focused – the facilitators have skills, knowledge and corporate experience to deliver a programme that allows delegates to maximise the relevance to them and their organisation
  • Learn from other delegates – share experiences with delegates with similar responsibilities and roles
  • Practice skills and gain confidence in using tools and techniques that can be carried back to the workplace.

This programme is designed for Payroll Professionals who:

  • Wish to understand the HR function and how they can work more effectively with them
  • Want to move into HR and wish to develop their understanding of HR
  • Would like to improve their relationship skills with internal colleagues

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9 Things to Put on Your Job Interview Checklist

Thinking about what can go wrong during an interview seems a lot easier than thinking about what can go right. From arriving on time, to proper attire, to thoughtfully answering questions, the opportunities for committing a fatal error seem endless. But by making and working your way through a pre-interview checklist, you can reduce the odds of committing mistakes and feel more confident. Here's what you should put on your list. Know where you're going. Before hopping in your car, have a firm idea of the interview location. Either print out directions the day before or use a smartphone app like Google Maps. Arriving late can blow your chances before you even enter the door, says Alan Carniol, founder of Interview Success Formula, an online training program that helps job candidates prepare for interviews. "You're already nervous, so anything that can make you even more nervous and be a distraction during the interview can just really hurt your chances," he says. Carniol also suggests finding out where you need to park, and if the interview is taking place in a large business complex, which building you need to go into. [Read: 9 Things to Consider Before Relocating for a Job.] Pick out proper clothes. According a CareerBuilder survey released earlier this year, 60 percent of hiring managers said dressing inappropriately was a detrimental job interview mistake. The person scheduling the interview, past and present employees or pictures from the company website are all possible sources for finding out what makes for appropriate attire, Carniol says. But he notes, "You basically want to be a half-step up from what they generally wear in terms of daily attire." Research the company. A good starting point is the company website, where you can find out its mission and history. But also check out its social media sites. Facebook, Twitter and YouTube can be great channels for discovering what the company is doing on a day-to-day basis and what it's promoting, Carniol notes. Along with connecting you to past and present employees, LinkedIn can also be useful for researching a smaller, lesser-known company, for which information may be sparse. Speak to past and present employees. Who better to give advice about being in the interview hot seat than those who have sat in it before? If you speak with a current employee, Carniol says, make sure it's someone who hasn't been with the company for either too short or too long a time. "People who have been with the organization forever, they know the culture so well that they can't really explain it. And people who are brand new just don't know it that well. But you get someone who's been there a year or two, at that point, they get the culture, but they haven't absorbed it to where they can't talk about it," Carniol says. [Read: Fighting the Ghosts of Beloved Employees Past.] Run through questions you may be asked. Spend time thinking about questions that may come your way and formulate answers that specifically address what the employer is looking for in a candidate, says Alison Doyle, job search and employment expert for About.com. By providing vivid examples of how your skills and past experience will help you excel in the position, "you're showing why you are the best candidate for the job," she says. Think of your own questions to ask. You'll likely have the chance to pose inquiries of your own. Asking meaningful questions shows that you're truly interested in the job, Carniol says. He suggests two lines of questioning. The first is geared directly at your interviewer(s): What's the most rewarding project you've worked on since being here? Why do you enjoy working here? Such questions are helpful for learning what motivates employees and for picking up possible red flags about the company culture, he says. The second is for gaining an idea about the company's short- and long-term prospects: What projects and/or challenges is the company facing over the next few months? Where is the team and organization heading? What is management most excited about? [Quiz: Should You Ask These Questions Before or After Your Job Offer?] Practice with a friend or family member. Performing a mock interview with a spouse, family member or friend "lets you think about what you're saying, how you're saying it, [and] it can help preclude a few moments of silence if you don't have a clue how to answer during an interview because you've thought about it ahead of time," Doyle says. If no one from your immediate circle is available, check with the career office at your former college and tap someone there. Also, a Google search can provide information about which nearby state workforce offices and public libraries offer mock interview services, she notes. Relax in the hours leading up. Don't spend the final hours before the interview frantically studying and practicing, Doyle says. "I wouldn't recommend cramming, looking up information, practicing. You're just going to stress yourself out more," she says, adding that it's best to go into the interview with a "clear slate and clear mind." Put the necessary work in. There's no single standard for how much time you should devote to preparing for an interview. What matters is that you spend some time gearing up for the sit-down, especially if it's been a while since your last one. "A a lot of folks just don't put in a lot of time to stand out in the interview process," Carniol says. "If you haven't been interviewing in awhile, it's not necessarily like riding a bicycle – it's more like exercising a muscle."
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    Mail : info@intellitechnologies.com
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