New York City’s Business Information Management Institute to expand coverage of the ‘Silicon Valley Bubble’
Business Information and Marketing Institute (BIM) plans to add more than 40 new programs to its online offerings and will offer its training courses for companies to expand their business intelligence and business intelligence capabilities.BIM announced its expansion at the National Business Technology Forum in Las Vegas, Nevada, last week.
BIM President and CEO Michael B. Janssen said the company is taking a “significant step forward” in offering new courses and programs to help companies get more involved in the digital space.
“We are working with the National Federation of Independent Business to bring BIM to more than 20 cities and states,” Jansson said.
“These programs will enable BIM employees to become more engaged and knowledgeable in their local markets, and will enable the business intelligence community to grow in relevance.”
According to Janssson, the BIM has plans to launch three new online courses on Tuesday, Oct. 15:Business Intelligence and Business Intelligence Training:This online course will introduce employees to the fundamentals of business intelligence in an engaging, interactive format.
Learn how to identify trends in customer behaviors and business information to help your business and customers better understand how they can make informed decisions and optimize their operations.
Business Intelligence Analytics:This course will explore the use of analytics tools to help business owners improve and grow their businesses.
Learn to use the tools to identify what customers are most engaged with, what opportunities are there for your business, and what actions are most effective.
Business Intelligence Operations: This online course is designed for executives who are considering expanding their business to new markets or markets in the United States.
Learn the most effective ways to integrate analytics and business analytics to improve performance and customer satisfaction.”BIM has been building its online presence in the marketplace for the past two years,” Jamsson said, “and this is a significant step forward for us in our quest to expand our digital presence.
The expansion of the online business intelligence program will allow BIM staff to focus on our core mission of providing training to our members to help them build better businesses.”