Even though big data software tools give faster and better access to data than ever before, the efficiency of coming to a decision based on data is still far from optimal.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2012
Aryng’s (A-ring) upcoming big data analytics training for business professionals is going to be held in San Francisco, February 22-24, 2012. This unique analytics course gives participants the recipe to make smarter decisions based on data. The participants are fairly varied in experience level as well as domain, including executives from Fortune 500 companies, consultants and big data practitioners from large software retailer, pharmaceutical and healthcare industries.
Big data, i.e. huge amount of structured and unstructured data flowing at a high velocity, has created storage and access challenges which cannot be handled by traditional data bases. The strength of big data software tools lays in processing and storing big data in such a way that data queries and drill downs can return answers in sub seconds.
However, these data tools or the traditional data bases cannot answer the questions that have not been asked. They also cannot tell which business decision is better when one comes to a decision fork. To get from data to decision, one needs a structured analytics approach. This approach cannot be automated as it involves interactions between stakeholders and business issues. Fundamentally, the success lies in how well a business professional in the field, able to bridge the gap from business decision to data with appropriate interactions with stakeholders.
In essence, even though big data software tools give faster and better access to data than ever before, the efficiency of coming to a decision based on data is still far from optimal. To address this inefficiency, Aryng has developed an analytics course covering a structured analytics framework. This analytics training marries technical data analysis skills with decision making soft skills in a capsule size analytics class appropriate for any professional.
This analytics course serves as a complete hands-on training for non-technical business professionals as well as seasoned analyst and business intelligence professional. The instructors at Aryng (http://www.Aryng.com) are senior analytics executives from Fortune 100 companies who have packaged the learning from their careers in this analytics class to deliver simple and easy to follow framework.
Professionals, looking to give their career a boost, by making smarter data-driven decision, can sign up today for this unique analytics class, hosted at Grand Hyatt in San Francisco.