The demand for experts of Business Intelligence (BI), Machine Learning and Big Data, have risen significantly in the last five years. In this context, there are two job roles, whose importance have grown too:
Data warehouse architects (DWA) construct information systems that make a company’s data easily available for analysis. After examining a company’s possible data sources (internal and external), DWA design a plan to integrate, centralize, protect and maintain them. This allows analysts and BI specialists to access critical information in the right place, at the right time. This analysis is critical for timely decisions. In short, Data architects do not analyze data. Instead, they make it available to others.
Several Business Intelligence tools help answer these questions by providing data driven insights. The warehouse adds its value behind the scenes. Its job is to provide data to the high-profile BI tools and applications with which users interact.
Professionals often start as a Database Administrator (DBAs) and or entry-level programmers. With experience, they gain more understanding how data is stored.
The course lays a solid foundation on Data Warehousing introduction, BI context, Data warehouse architecture and Data mart concepts. The course then focusses on Dimensional Modeling (Facts, Dimensions, Keys, Schema).
We create Data Analytics and Presentation Tricks for Big Four Professionals (KPMG, E&Y, PwC and Deloitte). We offer instructional videos, practice files, and personalized learning dashboards to the learners. This empowers an individual to master use cases of the software at their own pace, anytime and anywhere. We work with industry experts who double up as an award-winning instructor for our courses.