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How to Learn Yardi

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You can easily learn to use Yardi software using various methods, such as contacting Yardi to discuss your needs with an account manager and finding the best solution for you. Yardi is a series of software programs developed to operate within the real estate market. It has integrated accounting and asset management capabilities and has functions in place for property management as well as real estate. Many real estate and property management companies have adopted Yardi as their system for managing their businesses. You may find yourself wanting to learn Yardi for yourself or your business.

Attend a Virtual Seminar

Participate in a Yardi web seminar. In the “virtual classroom” you can learn how to operate Yardi at home or in the office. The website offers online classes featuring instructors in real-time who are knowledgeable and experienced to train you.

Arrange for a Certified Trainer

Arrange for a Yardi implementer to come to you. As this is more of an option for a business, organize with your account manager for a certified trainer to come out and train your staff on how to operate Yardi. An instructor or certified contractor will bring all of the training programs and software needed.

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Take An In-Person Course

Travel to one of Yardi's locations for classroom training. Yardi has three classroom locations that provide training: Santa Barbara, California, Durham, North Carolina, and Toronto.

Discuss Alternate Options

Customize a training that works best with your schedule. In certain circumstances, if your training needs cannot be met with any of the offered options, there may be a solution that more closely meets your needs. Discuss your options with your account manager.

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Caleb Schulte has been a professional writer since 2007. His contributions include online content and press releases for commercial production companies in Los Angeles County, as well as numerous screenplays for television and film. Schulte earned a Bachelor of Arts in graphic design from the University of Advanced Technology in Tempe, Ariz.

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