Certified Analytics Professional

Certified Analytics Professional (CAP) certification provides expertise in business analytics which provides better employment opportunities and ensures a successful career.

Big Data is predicted as the next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity. There will be a shortage of talent necessary for organizations to take advantage of big data. By 2018, the United States alone could face a shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 people with deep analytical skills as well as 1.5 million managers and analysts with the know-how to use the analysis of big data to make effective decisions. (McKinsey Research)

  • Curriculum designed by Management Consultants and Industry Specialists
  • Designed to focus on business needs with real time management challenges
  • Tool based learning and hence students learn real life application of the course
  • Course focuses from creating conceptual clarity till professional practice
  • Suitable for Executives, Management graduates and Technology graduates
  • Curriculum rich with current market trends and surveys and expert analysis
  • Advanced Curriculum for Industry Specialization
  • Certification can provide employment opportunity in many areas viz., MIS departments, Strategy Departments, Middle Management, Large KPOs)

  CAP certification benefits

  • Opportunity: Get the opportunity to become a global professional and get placed anywhere in the world
  • Knowledge: CAP gives you the unique blend of both Technical and Management knowledge on Analytics, Business Intelligence, Management Dashboards, MIS Maintenance, from theory to practice.
  • Practical Training: The curriculum is designed to provide a practical case study based insight
  • Expertise: Acquire expertise on our Analytics Tool and get insight into real life analytics
  • Validation: CAP goes beyond conceptual and theoretical knowledge, demanding real world experience and the demonstrated ability to apply your skills

  Who should attend

This program will benefit management graduates, computer engineers, business analyst, management consultants, data scientists, data architects, business managers and others who are in the business of translating data into meaningful information.