Using File Format

File formats are another way to get data easily on to your system. There are a wide variety of file formats available to choose from - xls, csv, xml, and json. This solution is ideal for users whose requirement is not real time data. The file formats can be easily ingested into your existing CRM systems. Additionally, to expedite the process to load the data, there can be other variants of the file based on your needs.

File Format V1.0

Below are the names of the fields available in the files:

nameThis is the name of the certification as stated by the authority. 
authorityThis is the name of the certification authority. 
This denotes what category the certification belongs to. Example categories are Cloud, Agile, Insurance etc.
This is the URL for the certification authority which is updated by the actual authority.
A binary indicator denoting if the certification is still active or not. 0 - Active 1 - Inactive.
The general details of the certification. Can include topics covered in the certification.
A Yes/No indicator denoting if a certification has an exam or not.
If a certification has exam, this field will have all related information about the exam.
This is the listed price of the certification in USD. This may include training cost and the exam cost. 
Validity of the certification as listed by the authority in years. 
The URL of the authority who is offering the certification.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) is used by the United States, Canada, and Mexico to classify businesses by industry.
The O*NET Code Connector helps workforce professionals determine the correct O*NET-SOC codes for job orders, job applicants, and UI claimants.
These are the recommended courses that an individual can take to prepare for the certifications. 

Frequency of File Transfers

A secure FTP connection is needed for the file transfers. We can push the file to the servers provided by the clients. Alternatively, the pull system is also available. The files can be pulled from a cloud directory provided by ReviewNprep. Clients are ultimately responsible for maintaining the history of the files sent to them. 

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