Business Intelligence (BI) is information management and analysis for the enterprise. It includes data capture and management of the data warehouse but is most often associated with
OverviewBusiness Intelligence (BI) is information management and analysis for the enterprise. It includes data capture and management of the data warehouse but is most often associated with data analysis, insights gathering and reporting. BI uses data mining technologies, tools and techniques to transform raw data from multiple internal and external sources into actionable metrics that can be used in operations, planning, product development, strategic management and other divisions of a company.
The course gives an overview of how business intelligence technologies can support decision making across any number of business sectors. These technologies have had a profound impact on corporate strategy, performance, and competitiveness and broadly encompass decision support systems, business intelligence systems, and visual analytics. Modules are organized around the business intelligence concepts, tools, and applications, and the use of data warehouse for business reporting and online analytical processing, for creating visualizations and dashboards, and for business performance management and descriptive analytics.
Who Should AttendStudents of Business Management and Business professionals at a midlevel position and above who need to understand the Business Intelligence (BI) principles behind how business can done smoothly, including sales managers, executives and product managers, purchasing managers and marketing managers.
How you will benefit• Become an expert in Statistics, SQL, Tableau, and problem solving
• Boost your resume with in-demand skills
• Gather, organize, analyze and visualize data
• Use data for improved business decision-making
• Present information in the form of metrics, KPIs, reports, and dashboards
• Perform quantitative and qualitative business analysis
• Analyze current and historical data
• Discover how to find trends, market conditions, and research competitor positioning
• Understand the fundamentals of database theory
• Use SQL to create, design, and manipulate SQL databases
• Extract data from a database writing your own queries
• Create powerful professional visualizations in Tableau
• Combine SQL and Tableau to visualize data from the source
• Solve real-world business analysis tasks in SQL and Tablea
(Friday) 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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