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VIDEO: Recorded Talk - Analytics Beyond Excel with Kevin Birnbaum
By Emily Wilson • August 06, 2020
We're proud to be part of the new Wake Forest University Financial Services and Fintech Hub, which offers courses on financial industry issues and trends with the goal of meeting ongoing professional development needs in the community. In addition to our team leading courses (listed below), three of our Corporate Training instructors have taken part in the hub's free summer speaker series, focused on topics related to financial services and fintech.
This week, we invite you to watch Sr. Data Scientist Kevin Birnbaum's talk on Analytics Beyond Excel, which addresses how analytics is changing in the era of Big Data and describes how the shift towards business intelligence platforms and computational analytics can help users overcome limitations of spreadsheet analytics.
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