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Business Intelligence

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In today's competitive market, businesses cannot afford to rely on "gut feelings" or anecdotes to make decisions that impact their future course of action. Instead, business intelligence, or information, is now methodically collected from data mining, online analytical processing, benchmarking, and other components to uncover new opportunities and create market advantage. In this course, students will gain insight into the numerous functions associated with business intelligence and how proper analysis becomes informed decision-making. This course provides 0.8 continuing education units over two 4-hour workshops.

This non-credit course is 2 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 0
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 2 weeks

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    Applying Business Intelligence

    • Explore how data informs decisions across an organization
    • Describe how marketing relates to business intelligence

    Business Intelligence Basics

    • Detail the functions of business intelligence
    • Define how data relates to business intelligence
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