CertNexus DSBIZ: Data Science for Business Professionals

Learn how to put the latest open source technology into practice with hands-on training, delivered by industry experts, aligned to your desired business outcomes

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0.5 Days

Available On-Site

Available Virtually

Open Enrollments Available
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The CertNexus Data Science for Business Professionals (DSBIZ) affords the tools necessary to integrate data science practices into many business models. The ability to identify and respond to changing trends is a hallmark of a successful business. Whether those trends are related to customers and sales, or to regulatory and industry standards, businesses are wise to keep track of the variables that can affect the bottom line. In today’s business landscape, data comes from numerous sources and in diverse forms. By leveraging data science concepts and technologies, businesses can mold all of that raw data into information that facilitates decisions to improve and expand the success of the business.

Delivery

DSBIZ training is available for Instructor-Led (ILT) in-person/onsite training or Virtual Instructor-Led training (VILT) delivery; Open Enrollment options may be available.

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for business leaders and decision makers, including C-level executives, project managers, HR leaders, Marketing and Sales leaders, and technical sales consultants, who want to increase their knowledge of and familiarity with concepts surrounding data science. Other individuals who want to know more about basic data science concepts are also candidates for this course.

This course is also designed to assist learners in preparing for the CertNexus® DSBIZ (Exam DSZ-110) credential.

What Attendees will learn

Attendees will learn:

  • Fundamentals of Data Science
  • Data Science Implementation
  • The Impact of Data Science

Prerequisites

To ensure your success in this course, you should have a working knowledge of general business concepts and practices. You should also have a basic understanding of information technology (IT) resources and systems, including networks, computers, and other digital devices used in an enterprise setting.