How to be a business analyst?

School Of Analytics
In New Delhi

Price on request

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  • Certificate
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    1 Month

Learning of business intelligence architecture with blueprints and documentation.
Suitable for: Any Graduate. Anyone interested in implementing a BI program in their organization, including program and project managers, business and statistical analysts, and marketing directors. Prior BI experience is not needed.

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
New Delhi
65,1st floor,Rampuri,kalkaji,new delhi, 110019, Delhi, India
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· Requirements

Anyone interested can join this program and earn a certification for certified Business Analyst from DWAI (Data Warehouse Association of . ) School of Analytics provides live project training on real time data with project managers, Business Analyst and Data warehouse consultants.

Course programme

Introduction to Business Intelligence: Designing a Successful BI Program

You Will How To

• Implement the key elements of a successful business intelligence (BI) program
• Apply a BI metamodel that turns outcomes into actions
• Extract and transform data from an operational database to a data warehouse
• Exploit business analytics and performance measurement tools
• Organize a Business Intelligence Consistency Center
• Integrate BI into your daily business decisions

Course Benefits

Setting up a business intelligence program takes more than just installing the technology. A successful BI program involves a set of concepts and methods designed to improve the business decision-making process by putting targeted information into the hands of those who need it most. This course details the critical variables needed to implement an effective BI program that maximizes your organization's business opportunities.

You perform the key functions of a business analyst through an evolving case study woven throughout the course. Workshops include:
• Clarifying the role of the business analyst
• Analyzing and prioritizing competing business needs
• Creating dynamic business models using workflow diagrams
• Writing SMART business objectives
• Quantifying business case benefits and costs
• Communicating the requirements package to stakeholders