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Posted by trainer on 3/27/2012 8:41 PM |
Taking a course of business analysis does not mean that you will be suitable only for a particular type of department in a business organization. A business analyst can wear many hats and may be required to jump from the IT department to the marketing, or banking or finance departments. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 3/27/2012 8:40 PM |
The business analysis field has exploded and there is an increasing demand for this skill set in today’s market. But, there is no doubt that this field has slowly gained recognition as an interesting and essential area of expertise, which is required by practically every department of an organization. In tasks needing the integration of technological advancements and business models, a business analyst has become almost indispensable. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 3/27/2012 8:39 PM |
Business analysis courses have caught the eye of the discerning job seeker as well as the job giver. It is a specialized area and has not been overexposed like many other business courses, which churn out clones by the hundreds. [More]



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Posted by trainer on 3/27/2012 8:36 PM |
If you are new to the business, you may be afraid of taking certain risks or if you are firmly entrenched in this line, you may be reluctant to take measures to implement new systems and standards. Both the above mentioned factors play a huge role in the success or failure of any business. A business analysis course helps you to recognize the positive changes necessary in the organization and this gives you the confidence to go ahead with new systems or improving the old standards and set-ups [More]



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Posted by trainer on 3/26/2012 10:11 PM |
A business analysis training course will give you the ammunition to be able to identify certain problems and/or opportunities in the workplace. Any smart employer recognizes the importance of this skill as it helps to understand the relationship between employees, customers and the workplace. [More]