If you are on the track for the specialist-level EMCTA certification so in demand by today’s best employers, those who are seeking the most talented, skilled IT department personnel for key positions in their organizations, you need to earn Content Management Application Architecture certification. Far more valuable to prospective employers than any computer science degree, this certification is for those people who map business needs into Enterprise Content Management app designs using EMC Documentum app programming interfaces. To obtain this certification, along with practical experience you must have already achieved AMPCA associate-level certification, then exam E20-485 – Content Management Application Architecture. It is suggested but not required that you also take the EMC Proven Professional – Content Manager Architecting EMC Documentum Applications live online or classroom course and online practice exams. The practice exams from examtrace are completely free and can help you identify any weaknesses you might have prior to testing.
If you are highly skilled in mapping business requirements via Enterprise Content Management app design utilizing the EMC Documentum app along with other tools, you should be able to design content transfer approaches, the object model, deployment approaches, scalable solutions to business needs, process templates, ingestion/extraction approaches, identify capabilities/limitations of various Documentum products, applications components, application workload profiles, and analyze business needs versus product functionality then recommend the best solution mix. You should also be capable of guiding QA planning and carrying out authentication.
Certification for specialist-level EMCTA requires effort and creativity, but if you are willing, the rewards are great.