Embracing AI in Business Analysis
As businesses strive for competitive edge amid evolving technologies, Business Analysts must embrace AI to stay relevant. Mark delves into emerging AI techniques and tools to equip professionals with an updated toolkit, ensuring their continued employability.
✓ Predictive Analytics: Forecasting customer behaviour, market trends, and business outcomes
✓ Prescriptive Analytics: Optimizing outcomes through data-driven recommendations
✓ Augmented Analytics: Automating data preparation, insight discovery, and pattern identification
✓ Machine Learning: Uncovering insights, automating tasks, and enhancing decision-making
✓ Natural Language Processing: Extracting insights from textual data to understand sentiment and key themes
✓ AI-assisted Data Visualization: Enhancing insights through visual representation
✓ Automated Reporting and Dashboards: Streamlining information access and sharing for informed decision-making.
The following companies will be addressed:
➢ Azure Machine Learning: Microsoft’s cloud-based platform for building, training, and deploying models
➢ Cognos Analytics: IBM’s business intelligence platform with robust reporting and analysis tools
➢ Oracle Analytics Cloud: Oracle’s cloud-based platform for exploring and visualizing data
➢ Salesforce Einstein Analytics: AI-powered insights integrated with Salesforce for predictive recommendations
➢ Splunk: Real-time data collection, processing, and analysis for identifying trends, opportunities, and risks.
Attendees can anticipate gaining practical insights into the application of AI in business analysis, enabling them to leverage cutting-edge technologies to enhance decision-making, optimize outcomes, and stay ahead in the competitive landscape.
Mark’s comprehensive exploration of AI tools and techniques, coupled with real-world examples and case studies, will empower participants to embrace AI in their business analysis practices.
Join us in shaping the future of business analysis through innovation, collaboration, and a forward-thinking approach.