Business Intelligence goes beyond simple data collection. Through skillful analysis, this in-demand discipline provides professionals with an overall view of an organization’s standing, answering vital questions about financial gains and losses, areas for improvement and product performance. With our specialized training support onsite and online interactive, you’ll learn key concepts that will help both you and your organization achieve more despite volatile economic conditions and increasing competition.

The term Business Intelligence is not well understood in the industry and is used inconsistently by many IT and business professionals alike. Our online and onsite class room training courses introduce a “holistic” view of Business Intelligence and presents it as a complex system composed of many sub-systems that must be aligned and work together to produce the desired business results. The real success of BI within an organization can only be achieved if a holistic understanding is developed that shapes how the various components are designed and implemented.

What we aim to accomplish for you for any BI tools training:

  • Business Intelligence concepts and terminology
  • The purpose and capabilities of successful Business Intelligence and how value is actually generated within organizations
  • How people, information, technology and business objectives are all critical components of BI success
  • The common challenges and risks encountered in BI implementations
  • How to utilize Systems Thinking concepts to describe Business Intelligence holistically and how it depends on the integration of many different types of components that must work together

Target Audience who should learn more about the tools and techniques:

  • Business Managers and Executives
  • Technology Managers and Executives
  • Business Analysts
  • Business Measurement and Performance Analysts
  • IT Analysts and Developers
  • Data Management Analysts
  • Technology and Business Architects
  • BI Program Managers and Team Members
  • Anyone with an interest in understanding the capabilities, opportunities and challenges offered by Business Intelligence