The following certifications are designed for Management Information Systems, Business Information Systems, Accounting Information Systems Students, Graduates and Professionals.
Business Analyst Professional
A business analyst is a person who analyzes an organization or business domain and documents its business, processes, or systems, assessing the business model or its integration with technology. Business Analyst helps in guiding businesses in improving processes, products, services, and software through data analysis.
Information Management Professional
Information management (IM) is the collection and management of information from one or more sources and the distribution of that information to one or more audiences. This sometimes involves those who have a stake in or a right to that information. Management means the organization of and control over the structure, processing, and delivery of information.
Information management embraces all the generic concepts of management, including the planning, organizing, structuring, processing, controlling, evaluation and reporting of information activities, all of which is needed in order to meet the needs of those with organisational roles or functions that depend on information.
Database Designer Professional
A Database designers design, test and implement databases applying knowledge of database management systems, guarding the protection and security of the database. The database designer is responsible for defining the detailed database design, including tables, indexes, views, constraints, triggers, stored procedures, and other database-specific constructs needed to store, retrieve, and delete persistent objects.
A Businesses employ ERP consultants to manage the development and transition of ERP implementations from start to finish. This includes software selection, implementation, process management and organizational change – they also offer training and on-going support with the product. Consultants need to have a detailed understanding of the requirements of the organization and are typically specialists in a specific line of business, such as finance, or an industry vertical like manufacturing..
A DSS professional is a person who analyzes an organization or business decision needs and assessing the DSS business model or its integration with technology. DSS professional build DSS systems that helps businesses make decision to achieve competitive advantage.
Data Mining Professional
A data mining professional finds the hidden information in vast stores of data, decides the value and meaning of this information, and understands how it relates to the organization. Data mining professionals use statistical software in order to analyze data and develop business solutions.
Data Warehousing Analyst
A data warehouse analyst collects, analyzes, mines and helps the business leverage the information stored in data warehouses. Professionals in this role research and recommend technology solutions related to data storage, reporting, importing and other business concerns; they also define the user interfaces for managing the interaction between data warehouses and data marts. A data warehouse analyst is often expected to collaborate with business intelligence analysts and developers to translate data requirements into logical data models.
Data Analysis Professional
A data analyst is someone who scrutinizes information using data analysis tools. The meaningful results they pull from the raw data help their employers or clients make important decisions by identifying various facts and trends. Typical duties include: using advanced computerized models to extract the data needed.
Web Design Professional
A Web designers plan, create and code internet sites and web pages, many of which combine text with sounds, pictures, graphics and video clips. A web designer is responsible for creating the design and layout of a website or web pages. It and can mean working on a brand new website or updating an already existing site.
A Multimedia Specialist is a professional who produces creatives, presentations, and other media-related projects using sound, video, and multimedia tools. They use multimedia tools to combine different content forms that end-users interact with. If designing and creating are activities you enjoy doing, you may want to consider multimedia creation as a career option. Here is a list of duties you will perform regularly.
Data Scientist (big data)
A data scientist is someone who makes value out of raw data by turning it into meaningful information that organizations can use to improve their businesses. Data scientists know how to get results from data quickly by gathering, analyzing and interpreting large volumes of structured and unstructured information from a range of sources. Using algorithmic, data mining, artificial intelligence, machine learning and statistical tools, they make this data accessible and meaningful by creating actionable plans for organizations.