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Register today for the OneStream Partner Certification Journey Webinar on June 16 at 11:00 AM EST!

Are you considering taking the OneStream Certified Professional (OCP) – Lead Architect exam, but unsure of how to prepare?

Join us for a unique webinar with four of our OneStream Certified Partners as they discuss how they successfully prepared for the OCP – Lead Architect Exam. Click HERE to register!

Contact [email protected] with any questions.

OneStream Academy: OneStream Certified Professional (OCP) – Lead Architect Exam Prep Webinar Learning Path

Are you looking for an additional way to prepare for the OneStream Certified Professional (OCP) – Lead Architect Exam? Log in to the OneStream Academy to view recordings of past OCP Lead Architect Exam Prep Webinars! This pre-recorded sessions aid candidates in preparing for the exam by addressing some areas where they could benefit from additional study.

Topics include (but are not limited to):

To access the webinar:

Check back often to learn about new webinars that will be added in the future!

Now Available! OneStream Certified Professional (OCP) – Lead Architect Exam

The OneStream Certification Program is proud to announce that the OneStream Certified Professional (OCP) – Lead Architect exam is now available! Register today!

Candidates who wish to demonstrate their proficiency by sitting for this exam are encouraged to visit the Step-by-Step Registration page on the Certification Program webpage, and navigate to the “Ready to Schedule Your Exam” section. There, you will find a detailed guide on how to create a CertMetrics account and register for the Lead Architect exam through our delivery partner, Examity.

If you are just beginning your OneStream certification journey, get started by visiting the Lead Architect exam details page and download the study guide. In addition to outlining the exam sections and objectives, this document includes recommended courses, product documentation and desired real-world experience.

To learn more about the OneStream Certification Program, visit the Frequently Asked Questions page.

About the OneStream Certification Program

The OneStream Certification Program will establish a thriving community of proven OneStream professionals prepared to support the future of intelligent finance. OneStream’s certifications will demonstrate the highest levels of technical competency, productivity, and industry recognition, offering a way to advance careers and gain a competitive advantage.

We plan to offer four levels of role-based certification in specific areas of OneStream:

The program will be rolled out in multiple phases, starting with the first exam designed for Lead Architects to demonstrate their technical implementation knowledge and skills. To achieve the OneStream Certified status, candidates must pass an online, proctored, hybrid multiple-choice and performance-based exam. The exam will be based on a combination of the OneStream Foundation Handbook, formal training material, commonly referenced product documentation, and real-world scenarios.

Benefits of Becoming OneStream Certified

Did you know? LinkedIn states that, on average, users with relevant certifications get 6 times more views to their profile!

OneStream’s focus is on delighting customers and intelligent finance means that it’s more important now than ever to prove to customers that you are qualified. However, there are many more reasons to become certified. Certification can open the door to increased visibility, better opportunities and new jobs within corporate performance management. In today’s highly competitive environment, certification differentiates you as a professional who is serious about applied learning and experience, making you an asset to a prospective employer. Get noticed and add your OneStream certification credential to your LinkedIn profile.

Certification Blog Articles

Learn more about OneStream’s Certification program as well as tips and techniques about taking an exam by viewing the Certification posts on the OneStream Blog.

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