This workshop starts with an introductory session on the rudimentary concepts of Business Intelligence (BI), to give participants an understanding of the place and importance of BI in business decision making.
It then presents the various technicalities involved in Business Intelligence solutions. The understanding derived from this session would enable participants to make meaningful contributions to any effort to identify key technical components required to meet their organization’s decision-support needs.
The last session builds on the previous ones to lead participants in an exercise to create a high-level definition of a Business Intelligence solution. This practical session teaches participants to align their companies’ decision support system to corporate objectives.
We will deliver a BI training program aimed at achieving the following stated learning objectives:
• Why an understanding of statistics is critical to analytic systems?
• Why it is important to understand the needs and roles of consumers of analytics
• How business measurement and analytics are related and how they are different
• How analytics are used in business management and decision-making processes
• How to make informed presentation and visualization choices for analytic systems
• Introduction and Overview
What is a Business Intelligence Solution?
Why Does Business Need Intelligence?
What is difference between Traditional Bi and Modern?
Components of BI Set up
Where Does Business Intelligence Fit I
Business Intelligence adoption
Technicalities of BI
BI Component Processes & Techniques
BI Data Works Data
Visualizations & Manipulations Tools
Roles in a BI Set Up
• BI Alignment to Corporate Objectives
Critical Success factors for BI
Making the Business Intelligence Transformation
Key Technological Dilemma – The Analytic Engine
BI Industry Findings
A Useful Guide to BI Tool Selection
Exercise: Define High Level BI Solution
Exercise: ABC Insurance Limited o Class Case Studies
BI Tool kits
Introduction of Tableau
Building Stories with Tableau
Building Models with Visminer
Location: Ghana: 15th street Oppt. New Life International School , Petroleum Estates, New-Achimota, P.O Box AN 7015 Circle Accra ,
US: 1252 white horse circle Kaysville, UT 84037, USA
Contacts: +001-801-448-7299 Email: email@example.com| Website: www.bountifultechnologies.com
Seth Ogoe Ayim
Seth currently serves as member of a Global Steering committee for a worldwide network of Business professionals’ organization and he is responsible for the Africa Region.
Seth is currently the Technical and Operations Manager for the largest genealogical and family history non- profit organization in the world. He responsible for the organization Sub-Sahara Africa operations.
Seth is the Co-Founder and CEO of Bountiful Technologies Ltd, an IT consulting firm based in Ghana, West Africa with a US office in Salt Lake City. Previously, he worked in the insurance industry as an IT Assets, Project and business process manager for over 10 years. He has over 15 years of experience of proven ability to translate business needs into technology requirements that support company’s business objectives through the management of complex projects and he serves as Moral and Ethical Leadership coaching across Africa and in North America. A social entrepreneur, he has successfully started three public-service business and social ventures initiatives in Ghana, the US and in Australia.
Seth holds a master’s degree Public Administration and Leadership with minor in Information Systems from George Romney Institute of Public Management from the Marriott Business School at Brigham Young University, Provo Utah, USA and completing another master’s degree Information Systems with emphasis in Cyber Security from University of Utah, David Eccles School of Business, Salt Lake City Utah, USA.
He is a Certified Professional Member of the Australian Computer Society, Project Management Institute and ISACA.
DURATION: 4 Days
COURSE FEE: GHC 1,500.00 (VAT and NHIL Exclusive)
COURSE MATERIALS: All relevant handouts and certificate of participation.
TARGET AUDIENCE: CEO’S, CIO, Chief Directors, Business Analysts, IT Managers Information Officers, Financial
Controllers, Sales& Marketing Managers, Operational and Technical Operations Managers.
CLASS SIZE: 20-40 PARTICIPANTS