In the data-driven economy, providing value means being able to translate data rapidly into value-add information.
Business data analytics is a practice by which a specific set of techniques, competencies and procedures are applied to perform the continuous exploration, iteration, and investigation of past and current business data, for the purposes of obtaining insights about a business that can lead to improved decision-making.
Business Data Analytics covers 5 practice domains:
The Introduction to Business Data Analytics: An Organizational View introduces business analysis concepts, activities, tools, techniques, skills and how they're applied when establishing business data analytics capabilities for the organization.
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Organizations are investing millions of dollars into business data analytics, but many organizations are finding their investments are not always returning the value they expected.
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