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I want statistics about DW/BI, I mean for .e.g.

1) How many companies use DW/BI in Pune/India?

2) How many institutes train on DW/BI?

3) How much is it (DW/BI) in demand if one optes for a career in DW/BI?

In short whatever possible info about DW/BI.

Looking forward for a favourable reply.

With Best Regrds Sushil

asked 06 Aug '10, 12:27

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Hi Sushil,

As a BI professional, I can say that the future is very bright for BI and BI developers. I doubt that there are good institutes in Pune that train on BI. And almost all the big and medium level companies use BI to enhance their performance and market value.

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answered 24 Feb '11, 12:34

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edited 01 Mar '11, 08:25

Hi! Pratik,

Thanks a lot for you reply.

regards Sushil

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answered 25 Feb '11, 06:46

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(18 Mar '11, 11:57) Pratik Raj

A lot of companies use DW/BI, most consulting/analytics/software companies use it to some extent. There is a great scope to learn and ample opportunities within India and even within Pune. There are a lot of institutes that do BI/DW training as well. There are almost infinite jobs that pay well, with great demand! Everyday I get 2-3 mails from Naukri requiring people with Informatica/SQL skills!

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