About the Course
Technological innovations continue to increase the types and amount of data businesses collect and analyze
Organizations need to develop the know-how to aggregate, analyze, and most importantly monetize the growing surge of available data.
Business success depends on meeting big data challenges, while continually improving operational efficiency.
Business analytics refers to the skills, technologies, practices for continuous iterative exploration and investigation of past business performance to gain insight and drive business planning
Business analytics makes extensive use of data, statistical and quantitative analysis, explanatory and predictive modeling and fact-based management to drive decision making.
Enterprise Information Management (EIM) - Apply methods, techniques & technologies that address data architecture, extraction, transformation, movement, storage, integration and governance of data.
Develop Business Intelligence and/or Performance Management reporting solutions for clients using reporting tools to translate business and IT requirements into process or technical solutions (i.e. forecasts/plans/metrics) and improve insight/decision-making for clients to gain a competitive advantage.
Require strong fundamental understanding of components of Business Analytics and Optimization; including business intelligence applications related to data environments, reporting capabilities, performance management, and analytics
Topics CoveredEnterprise Information Management
Enterprise Content Management (ECM)
RDBMS, Data mining & Data Warehouse
Business Intelligence and Decision Making
Segment or Domain Analysis
Software Tool for Analytics
Data Visualization & Reporting Tools
Data Quality Management
Marketing & communication
Case study and Project
Who should attendDatabase developers, DBAs, architects, and data quality analysts.
Business analysts, including application developers, systems analysts, business managers involved in solution development
Participants with -
• Positive, people-oriented, and energetic attitude
• Analytical, creative, and innovative approach to solving problems
• Strong written and verbal communication
• Entrepreneurial spirit
Pre-requisitesAny Degree including BE, MCA, BBM, economics and MBA.
Basic computer operation.
What you need to bringNothing
Key TakeawaysCourse material
Use of Analytical Tools
Business Operation and communication