Business Intelligence

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All Business Intelligence courses

Truly successful business intelligence requires a breadth of knowledge. From data analysis and databasing software like MySQL and Excel PowerPivot, to the fundamentals of planning BI project lifecycles, Explora has a host of top-rated courses to help you make calculated business decisions faster.

Class 105: Introduction to Business Intelligence


You’ll gain a 360 degree overview of the Power BI basic and learn how to use the tool to build impactful reports and explore the Power BI interface.

Class 106: Data-Driven Decisions with Power BI


Expand your knowledge and skills in Power BI by learning advanced techniques and patterns in all aspects of the greatest business intelligence tool: data transformation, modeling, analysis, visualization, user experience, Python integration, and Artificial Intelligence.

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As Data Doctors, we know how frustrating data problems can be, especially organisations must constantly innovate and transform to survive. Explora is here to help!

Sales Analytics

High-performing sales organisations take sales analytics to a new level to differentiate themselves from also-rans.

Customer Analytics

Customer Analytics refers to a 360-degree view of your customer’s data, including every interaction, from a website inquiry to a product purchase to a customer support ticket.

Demand Planning & Replenishment

Apply machine learning capabilities to collect data based on consumption history and patterns, then predict demand for the organisation.