Data analysts manipulate data and use it to help organisations make wise business decisions. They gather information from the data regarding specific aspects, interpret, analyse and share their findings with other stakeholders in the organisation … Read more
Big Data Analyst
The Big Data Analyst is specialized in collecting and processing the big data to get useful information for the business and the various business units.
The skills required to a Big Data Analyst include the knowledge in using database querying languages and big data analytics software, and a good understanding of data mining and
extraction techniques, to provide companies with useful information.
These information can be used to analyze the market situation, the competitors and the customer's behavior, and are useful for marketing professionals and for who is responsible for customer experience strategies.
The Big Data Analyst is highly skilled in using data analysis software, a series of tools to store and analyze Big Data, so he's able to get and provide information to improve the activity of his company.
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