Aryng's Business Analytics Training Serves the Big Data Analytics Talent Gap
Aryng announces its next analytics workshop for business professionals to be held in San Francisco, February 22-24th. This unique workshop directly addresses the current analytics talent gap in the US job market.
- (1888PressRelease) February 04, 2012 - Although analytics as a function is quickly becoming core to business, there appears to be a huge gap in analytical talent. A recent study by Accenture published a month ago, found the top in-demand skill gap for US Workers as problem solving, analytical skills and managerial skills. Another source of truth, McKinsey Global Institute's report on Big Data predicts shortage of 1.5mm analysts/managers who can make data driven decisions (by 2018, in the US).
We at Aryng recognized this gap and have brought together a unique business analytics training program to address the skill gap. Aryng's business analytics workshop marries years of practical business experience with technical data analysis skills to deliver a short course to quickly ramp-up professionals in data-driven decision making process. In order to introduce business professional to more advance topics, we have a short predictive Analytics workshop covering fundamentals of predictive analytics, terminologies, case studies from Fortune 100 companies and live model building demo.
Aryng's next Analytics workshop, hosted at Grand Hyatt in San Francisco, starts February 22 to 24, 2012. It is for any professional wanting to learn analytics to make better decisions based on data. The workshop is divided into two parts: Hands-on Business Analytics Workshop and Introduction to Predictive Analytics Workshop.
If you are a business professional, looking to give your career a boost, by making smarter decision, sign up today for this unique, 3-day Predictive Analytics and Business Analytics Training!
Piyanka Jain, CEO of Aryng, former Head of Business Analytics at PayPal NA, is an established analytics thought leader and acclaimed keynote speaker at business and analytics conferences. For more information about Aryng, go to http://www.Aryng.com.