Gylling Data Management, Inc.
Providing an Industry Standard Software for Research


Several training options are available for interested companies and independent researchers.

On-site Training

If you have questions on how to use the current ARM version and have limited time, a one-day training session is a perfect opportunity to receive in-depth training tailored to your specific requirements.
GDM staff members are available to travel to your site to provide training in the proper use of the GDM software. Training shall be for the purpose of educating company employees in the use of the software.
Our policy for training is to work with the company computer/research persons during training. Many questions are not just how to use the software, but "How do I as a researcher handle this information for my reports?" Answering this type of question requires a joint effort, and also develops local expertise within each company.
If you are interested in hosting a training session at your location, or arranging training at our facility in Brookings, South Dakota, please contact us for a price quotation and scheduling.


Professional Meeting Training Sessions

GDM holds training sessions at certain professional meetings throughout the year. See Meeting Calendar for a list of scheduled training sessions.


Registration is now open for ARM training at NAICC

GDM offers free training sessions during the NAICC Annual Meeting. These sessions are held free-of-charge to all that want to attend, but registration is required as limited seating is available.
Day 1: ARM Software Efficiency Features and Statistics (Tuesday, Jan 21, 8-5)
This workshop is split into two sessions: ARM efficiency features and ARM statistics.
Day 2: ARM 2020 Exclusive Preview and Review (Wednesday, Jan 22, 8-12)
Join us for the 21st year of our "Tips and Techniques" workshop series, highlighting the latest features and enhancements added to ARM software in the past year.
For more information about what we plan to cover, and to register for any of the sessions, click here.

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