Business Analyses for Business Intelligence

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

Qualification: Certificate
Duration: 12 Weeks
Delivery: Blended
Video: 12 Hours
Practicum: No

Students will learn the systems needed to understand complex business information. These systems include a relational database management system (RDBM) and SAP business intelligence, which together form the basis for business information organization and reporting. Moreover, Students will learn the practical applications of SQL Server, UDT (Universal Design Tools), IDT (Information Design Tool), WEBI Rich client tool, along with Microsoft Access, mastering each and using them together. In addition, students will also learn how to convert their business information into visual aids for reporting and communication purposes.

This concept is called data visualization.

Working within an SAP environment, students will gain hands-on experience with cutting-edge tools and software that they can use to make the most of the data that is available to them. Students will oversee databases, take charge of intelligence analysis, analyze data for business decisions, and report on their insights.

CAREER PATHS

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE DEVELOPER

Business intelligence developers are responsible for devising solutions to business problems, drawing on the data at hand so that it can be presented to executives in order to make informed decisions.

BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE ANALYST

Business intelligence analysts determine how best to understand the business data available, introducing new strategies for analyzing data and explaining unexpected outcomes in the data. These professionals are also responsible for collaborating with IT professionals to create software for working with big data.

DATA SPECIALIST

A certified data specialist works in conjunction with marketing and sales professionals to create a clear vision of the market landscape. Analyzing data, a data specialist must be able to organize and analyze large data sets efficiently in order to present conclusions about the business.

DATA VISUALIZATION ANALYST

The data visualization analysts are a part statistician and part storyteller. Converting data sets into narratives and transforming numbers into images, these professionals create clarity for executive decision-makers with regard to the information at hand.

BUSINESS STRATEGIST

Setting goals for their employers, business strategists also keep their organizations on pace toward those goals. They design and implement methods and systems that enable the organization to grow, creating plans that their organizations can follow to meet short-term goals that then lead to longer-term ones.

ADMISSIONS REQUIREMENTS

Education
Post-Secondary Degree or Undergraduate Degree:

  • Verified By Transcript
  • Preferably in Business, Information Technology

English Proficiency
International English Language Testing System IELTS score of 5

  • Canadian Language Benchmark C.L.B. level 5
  • Listening 5
  • Speaking 5
  • Reading 5
  • Writing 5

Interview: Program applicants require an interview.

Others

  • Technical Aptitude Toward
  • Business Applications
  • Computer Programming Experience
  • Relational Databases Experience
  • Operating Systems Skills (Windows)

PROGRAM CONTENT

RELATIONAL & ANALYTICAL DATA SOURCE

Relational tables are central to the way that business intelligence analysts organize and interpret most data. The better students can wield their relational and analytical data sources, the more strikingly they will be able to draw insights from their data. Students will understand relational and analytical data sources and their importance at a high level.

DIMENSIONAL DATA MODELING

As Business Intelligence analysts deal with exceptionally large data sets or multiple data sets, scaling up their organizational methods will push them to get creative. Dimensional data modelling is a data structure technique optimized for Data warehousing tools. Students will refine their capacity to model dimensional data in order to make large data sets useful to their employers.

STRUCTURED QUERY LANGUAGE SQL

Across almost all web applications, SQL remains the gold standard for data organization. This is also true for the vast majority of data encountered in a business setting. students will become an expert at choosing the right structured query language for every project and then using it properly.

SAP BO BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE 4X

A framework for business intelligence, SAP BO Business Intelligence 4x represents the most cutting-edge technology available to business analysts. Once students know how to navigate this framework, they will take their business analysis skills to a new level.

SAP LUMIRA

In order for business data to be communicated, it needs to be reported clearly. This largely relates to how well they convert their data visually, for which SAP Lumira is particularly well-suited. Students will learn all the ins and outs of SAP Lumira, including when and why to use it.

PROJECT

The skills that students are taught as a business intelligence analyst will only be useful in so far as they can put them into practice. As part of our Business Analysis for Business Intelligence program, students will see how their skills apply to the real world and the profound impact they can create for businesses

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