Business Intelligence Career Guide: Your Complete Guide to Becoming a Business Analyst

By Nikita DuggalLast updated on Jun 30, 20201271
  • Overview and market study for BI enthusiasts
  • Top skills and job roles, and major companies hiring BI pros
  • Salary potential and career growth in BI

About the Career Guide

Over the last few years, technology has evolved at a rapid pace, enabling faster processes, and bringing in large volumes of data. And organizations are opening up their doors to Business intelligence (BI) that leverages software and services to transform data into actionable insights and help them make informed and tactical business decisions.

The new-age Business Intelligence tools and solutions present analytical findings in reports, dashboards, graphs, and maps to provide users with detailed intelligence about the state of the business. In today’s customer-centric, digital-first world, many businesses are bombarded with ‘information overload’ and are urgently seeking ways to derive greater control, understanding, and intelligence from their organization’s data. The best solution: adopting a Business Intelligence strategy, and making it an integral part of your operation. Opportunities in the field of Business intelligence are limitless with plenty of possibilities and high-paying salaries.

The Business Intelligence Career Guide is your complete guide to the skills required, career opportunities available and the ideal learning path needed to propel a career in the thriving and lucrative field of Business Intelligence. The guide also provides the most trending technologies, career path to becoming a business analyst, and the top companies that are hiring business analysts.

About the Author

Nikita DuggalNikita Duggal

Nikita Duggal is a passionate digital nomad with a major in English language and literature, a word connoisseur who loves writing about raging technologies, digital marketing, and career conundrums.

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