Analytics as a Career
This is the golden age of Data Analysis. There is no lack of data; however there is a serious dearth of intelligent interpretation of data. It is this very reason that analysis services providers are growing.
The business analytics industry is growing at an annual rate of about 30% which has created a need for specially trained people. Identifying the huge gap between need and resource availability, we have developed a special Data Analysis course which is designed on a 100% practical training approach.
As the use of analysis becomes more widespread within verticals such as retail, manufacturing, banks and pharmaceuticals, there is mounting demand for professionals trained and certified exclusively in Data Analysis.
Data Analysis can empower an organization with crucial information against upcoming business obstacles. It can reveal hidden trends and capture key insights upon which a company can base their strategic plans and operational policies.
Facts about Analysis
- A specialized domain – annual growth rate is 30%
- Challenging, refreshing, diversified jobs with attractive pay package
- Covers both technical (complex statistical analysis, computational modelling and data mining) and business domains. (enterprise decision management, predictive science, strategy science, fraud analysis, credit risk analysis, marketing analysis, etc)
Industry examples of Analytics
- One large government department has achieved over $20 million(USD) in annual savings through expense approval and monitoring analysis
- Another major telecommunications firm increased its annual billings by $750,000(USD) when analysis uncovered an invoice generation error that was undercharging hundreds of thousands of customers
- One of the world’s largest multinationals now uses data analysis to monitor all purchase-to-pay transactions for over 900 entities on a daily basis
- In a few more unusual (and entertaining) examples, Data Analysis revealed an employee of a well-known organization had spent over $12,000(USD) on tarot card readings, while another firm learned that its employee was using a company credit card to purchase cattle for his ranch