Companies today are collecting huge realms of data. Valuable information is constantly flowing in and out, and companies are trying to make sense of all the data they are collecting.
Through business intelligence solutions, a company collects, organizes and analyzes data to transform it into actionable insights. These strategies turn raw data into decisions, which allow businesses to perform efficiently and competitively. But to turn that raw data into those decisions, the data needs to be understood. One of the most valuable tools in understanding business intelligence is data visualization.
Modern data visualization tools like Power BI and Excel allow us to process increasingly larger amounts of data at escalating speeds. They also help us to quickly discover trends, patterns or other important insights that that may have gone unnoticed in raw data formats. While reports and dashboards have their appeal, data visualizations are often the strongest approach because of their capacity to relay large quantities of information quickly and effectively.
Role of a Business Analyst:
A business analyst’s role is often seen as a communication bridge between IT and the business stakeholders. A successful Business Analyst should be able to gain deeper insights into data, bring together business intelligence and visualization capabilities and transform complex data into business insights to share across the organization. This can often involve dealing with very senior stakeholders and can often involve challenging and questioning to ensure that value for money is achieved from business decisions.
A business analyst does not need to have an IT background although it can help to have some basic understanding of how IT systems work. Some business analysts come from a technical or programming background, but they will often come from within the business itself – having a detailed knowledge of the business domain can be equally useful.
- This program is suited for:
- Fresh graduates from B.Tech, MBA, B.Com, B.Sc&M.Sc
- IT professionals looking for a career switch into Data Visualization/Business Analytics.
- Professionals working in data and business analytics.
- Experienced professionals who would like to harness data visualization in their fields.
Interested in becoming a data-driven leader?
If you’d like to make data-driven decisions and communicate with confidence, request more information about Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate.
- SQL Microsoft Official Course 20761
- Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server 2014
- Introduction to T-SQL Querying
- Writing SELECT Queries
- Sorting and Filtering Data
- Working with SQL Server 2014 Data Types
- Using DML to Modify Data
- Using Built-In Functions
- Grouping and Aggregating Data
- Using Sub queries
- Using Table Expressions
- Using Set Operators
Data Visualization with Advanced Excel
- Creating a Microsoft Excel Workbook
- The Backstage View (The File Menu)
- The Quick Access Toolbar
- Entering Data in Microsoft Excel Worksheets
- Formatting Microsoft Excel Worksheets
- Using Formulas in Microsoft Excel
- Working with Rows and Columns
- Advanced Formulas
- Working with Lists
- Working with Illustrations
- Visualizing Your Data
- Working with Tables
- Advanced Formatting
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