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Whilst Business Intelligence is regarded as an essential skill set for working with data, it can be hard to know where to start. From Power BI to ETL, SQL, and Tableau; how do all these pieces fit together? Read more
Our BI syllabus combines theory, application, and real-world scenarios to ensure that students can easily understand the roles, tools, and skills in the world of Business Intelligence. Our intention is not just to teach students how to do tasks, but to help them understand why some methods are better than others, how to ask the right questions and how to be better data professionals.

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Find the right Business Intelligence course

CFI offers a wide range of BI courses for beginner data professionals through to seasoned professionals looking to deepen their skill set or earn a business intelligence certification. Introductory courses are ideal for learning core concepts, while more advanced business intelligence topics prep students for the Business Intelligence & Data Analyst (BIDA)™ Program, which covers basic, intermediate, and advanced topics in the field.

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Why Learn Business Intelligence with CFI?

As a leader in finance analyst certification programs, CFI offers a range of valuable courses, specializations, and certifications in a vast range of current finance topics. All courses are developed with the guidance of professional Wall Street trainers that boast over 20 years of experience training new hires at global investment banks.

These fully online and self-paced courses combine theory and application to ensure in-depth learning and retention and preparation for a future career in finance. You can take courses anytime, from anywhere, to complete your training when it works best for you.

With our Business Intelligence courses, you can learn:

To make better, data driven decisions, more effectively
Understand the tools, roles, skills and processes involved in Business Intelligence
Save hours of time by automating data transformations
Understand how to combine data to maintain one central version of the truth
Combine data to create world-class visuals and dashboards
Reduce errors and reliance on formula intensive spreedsheets

Who should take these courses?

Our Business Intelligence courses are ideal for professionals who work with data and want to deepen their understanding of business intelligence. Those looking for careers in business intelligence, such as an BI Developer, Data Visualisation Specialist, Data Analyst, BI Analyst or other analytical roles.

Investment professionals

Management consultants

Financial analysts

Registered Provider: National Association of State Boards of Accountancy

All courses are accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB), CPA Institutions in Canada, and the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) in the US. Most courses qualify for verified CPE credits for CPA charter holders.

Courses include video lessons, quizzes, and final assessments.

Frequently asked questions

What Is Business Intelligence?
Business intelligence combines business analytics, data visualization, data tools and infrastructure, and data mining to help organizations make data-driven decisions. With modern BI tools, organizations can get a comprehensive view of data and use it to reduce inefficiencies, drive change, and adapt to changing marketing conditions.
What is a Business Intelligence Analyst?
A business intelligence analyst is a broad definition for someone turning data into insights. Typically, they’ll be using data transformation tools like Power Query or SQL, and data viz tools like Power BI and Tableau to help them tell stories with data. BI Analysts are technically minded, but must also understand the business they work in, how it operates and what the key levers for performance are. Using this knowledge will help them deliver reports and dashboards that focus on key, actionable insights and trends.
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