The following certifications are designed for Management, Business, Accounting, Marketing and MIS Students, Graduates and Professionals.

Logistics Professional

A logistician is a professional logistics practitioner. Professional logisticians are often certified by professional associations. One can either work in a pure logistics company, such as a shipping line, airport, or freight forwarder, or within the logistics department of a company. However, as mentioned above, logistics is a broad field, encompassing procurement, production, distribution, and disposal activities. 

E-Supply Chain Professional

The supply chain manager tries to minimize shortages and keep costs down. The job is not only about logistics and purchasing inventory. A supply chain manager, “oversees and manages overall supply chain and logistics operations to maximize efficiency and minimize cost of organization’s supply chain.” Improvements in productivity and efficiency go straight to the bottom line of a company and have a real and lasting impact. Good supply chain management keeps companies out of the headlines and away from expensive recalls and lawsuits. 

Digital Business Analyst

Digital business analysts evaluate the web traffic their company receives. They study information associated to their industry in order to better understand what’s happening in the market. Digital business analysts recommend how companies can increase business by providing applicable information and services to online customers. In some cases, digital business analysts may have their hands in on product development.

Digital Sales Professional

A digital sales professional is responsible for developing, implementing and managing sales objectives that support a company and its products and/or services. This individual plays a major role in increasing brand awareness within the digital realm in addition to driving website traffic and acquiring leads/customers.

Digital Media Professional

A digital media director is accountable for creating and editing shareable content; determining which platform is most appropriate for each piece of content; building and managing social media profiles and presence; leading paid search and social campaigns and analyzing the performance of those campaigns; upholding brand uniformity across all platforms; measuring SEO configurations; monitoring analytics; handling the digital budget; and nurturing vendor relations.

Digital Strategy & eCommerce Professional

The Digital Strategy and eCommerce Director is responsible for collaborating with cross-functional associates across the company, managing all facets of the eCommerce business, including content strategy and development, website design, business planning, web analytics and technologies.

Digital Brand Professional

The digital brand manager is responsible for the consumer’s virtual experiences across the entire company and its operations. This individual helps a business drive growth in its brands and product lines by adapting traditional physical brand management processes to social media ones, and looking over swiftly changing digital segments like mobile apps, social media and Internet based marketing.

Business Intelligence Professional

A Business intelligence professionals gather and use data to identify industry trends, support decision-making to inform strategy, and optimize performance. At a more senior level, these professionals will influence and collaborate with senior management on many key decisions, for example, expansion opportunities or cost-efficiency strategies.

CRM Professional

A CRM Manager is an employee that specializes in local, customer interactions within an enterprise; they implement and maintain the systems that manage your customer relationships. A CRM manager can help your business understand its customers better and make them happier. They should understand each customer’s needs, wishes, and dreams; they should understand the value your business can deliver to them. They should hear, acknowledge, and act on their problems and make sure that these problems never happen again.

KM Professional

The knowledge manager is responsible for promoting and utilizing the company’s knowledge assets. They work both internally through the company and externally with the company’s capitalist, stakeholder and client. They serve as consultants to promote the oneness of each department of the company. They assess how information will be disseminated to each section in a smooth and systematized process.

Professional System Administrator

A system administrator is a professional who is held accountable for network setup, annual server maintenance such as mail servers and file servers, and much more. A system administrator, or sysadmin, is a person who is responsible for the upkeep, configuration, and reliable operation of computer systems; especially multi-user computers, such as servers. The system administrator seeks to ensure that the uptime, performance, resources, and security of the computers they manage meet the needs of the users, without exceeding a set budget when doing so.

Agile Project Management Professional

An Agile project manager take on any of the following roles: (Key facilitator) Their goal is to empower their team and clear potential roadblocks, paving the way for project success. (Change management expert) They will be tasked with rallying the entire organization around Agile project management, ushering in new processes, and communicating with company stakeholders. (Strategic coach and trainer) Change happens quickly in an Agile environment. Project managers will be tasked with helping their teams master the newest tools, workflows, and processes.

Professional DBA

A Database administrator (DBA) use specialized software to store and organize data. The role may include capacity planning, installation, configuration, database design, migration, performance monitoring, security, troubleshooting, as well as backup and data recovery.

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Register-Now.png

Digital Marketing Professional

A digital marketing specialist is a professional with a diverse set of skills, responsible for the online promotion of a website (business or products), using all available digital marketing channels. Supervising content marketing campaigns. Utilizing social media networks (for traffic, awareness, and sales).

Human Resources Professional

A human resources professional is responsible for recruiting, screening, interviewing and placing workers. HR professionals also handle employee relations, payroll, benefits, and training. Human resources managers plan, direct and coordinate the administrative functions of an organization.

Hospitality Management Professional

A hospitality management professional is involved in every aspect of the hospital’s many moving parts. From the front of the house to the back. They have a firm grasp on finance, marketing, and managing employees to succeed. They manage a world-class operation with a foundation in essential industry best practices and skills.