TOGAF® Certification | TOGAF 9.2 Training in Omaha NE

TOGAF® 9.2 Certification Training in Omaha NE, United States

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TOGAF® (The Open Group Architecture Framework) is an enterprise architecture methodology that helps businesses align their architectural objectives in a way that benefits enterprise software development. It is a vendor-neutral framework that is held at high standards by several companies all over the globe. Our TOGAF training in Omaha NE equips candidates with the architectural talent which is otherwise rare to find in combination with IT skills. With new technologies coming in so swiftly and so often, organizations need to keep up with the infrastructural upgrades and changes too. This is where TOGAF certification comes in. It ensures organizations don't stay stuck on the old practices.  

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4/8 Day Live Online Classroom Training to Prepare you for TOGAF® 9.2 Exam

Live Training No Replay, You Get To Speak to Trainer Live and Ask Questions Real Time.

Exam Voucher from The Open Group, Might be an Extra Charge. Check with us

Soft Copy of Training Material for TOGAF Certification

16 PMI PDUs and Course Completion Certificate from Sprintzeal (REP ID - 4719)

Request For EXAM Voucher Post Training Completion, Might Be An Extra Charge

100% Money Back Guaranteed - We Assure you'll Pass the Exam After Taking Our Training Classes

Best Price Guaranteed in the Training Industry. Trained Over 26000+ Delegates Globally

4 Day Instructor-led Classroom Training to Prepare you for TOGAF® 9.2 Exam in Omaha NE

TOGAF® 9.2 Certification is Provided by The Open Group 

Exam Voucher from The Open Group, Might be an Extra Charge. Check with us

Soft Copy of Training Material for TOGAF Certification

16 PMI PDUs and Course Completion Certificate from Sprintzeal (REP ID - 4719)

Request For EXAM Voucher Post Training Completion, Might Be An Extra Charge

100% Moneyback Guaranteed - We Assure you'll Pass the Exam After Taking Our TOGAF Training Classes

Best Price Guaranteed in the Training Industry. Trained Over 26000+ Delegates Globally

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Live Online Training ($1039) $ 799
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What is the scope of TOGAF®? How is the job market?

TOGAF® certification continues its growth globally becoming a valuable asset for professionals in enterprise architecture.

A steady uptake of TOGAF certifications was recorded in over 144 countries. In 2019 alone, there was a 20% increase in the USA. 

The average salary of a TOGAF certified professional is $148,000 PA

Course Description

TOGAF®  Certification and Training Overview

TOGAF® (The Open Group Architecture Framework) certification is a global enterprise architecture standard used by several organizations all over the world. The fact that the TOGAF framework has gained popularity globally and the TOGAF certification is widely accepted makes it a valuable asset. Gaining this certification from a reputed source is important and our TOGAF 9.2 training in Omaha NE ensures the highest level of efficiency.

Sprintzeal's expert-led TOGAF 9.2 training familiarizes you with the TOGAF framework and helps you understand all of its concepts and strategies thoroughly. It covers all four domains — Business architecture, Data architecture, Enterprise architecture, and Technology.

Furthermore, the TOGAF training helps in development by introducing the candidate to best practices and tools. 

TOGAF 9.2 Course Objectives

The objective of TOGAF certification is to offer skills, knowledge, and understanding of the TOGAF framework and its application.  It aims to imbibe the ability to analyze and apply learned concepts and principles to their day to day work.

Benefits and skills acquired from TOGAF certification

  • An overview of business architecture, enterprise architecture and data architecture
  • Knowledge gained from undergoing TOGAF training helps you to meet your organization’s needs better
  • Improved managerial skills
  • Understanding of TOGAF framework gets you closer to new opportunities
  • Enhanced business and leadership skills
  • Improved interaction and teamwork with fellow architects

To explore other popular career-making offered by Sprintzeal, you can go through our all courses page and find your best fit. 

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TOGAF® 9.2 Certification Training in Omaha NE, United States

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