Prepare for a robust career through business and data analytics

Since 1947, when the transistor was successfully demonstrated at Bell Laboratories, the world has experienced a data boom. It has achieved unprecedented computing power and other advancements in technologies such as mobile communications, transportation, genetics, medicine and space exploration.

By 1996, we could produce, alter and keep information beyond just paper. Digital storage, now cost-effective, has only grown more diverse since. 

Today, our smartphones are practically an extension of our arms and we cannot work without laptops, generating and transmitting 59 zettabytes — the equivalent of 59 trillion gigabytes — in 2020. 

For businesses and organisations, there has been no point in history when there has been so much information to know about customers, marketing as well as product and service development. A Bloomberg Businessweek Research Services survey found nearly 97% of respondents say their companies have adopted analytics.

If you plan to join this explosive field, you’ll need

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New Women’s Business Center coming to Greenwood, U.S. Small Business Administration announces | Local Business News

Natalie Madeira Cofield, assistant administrator of the SBA Office of Women’s Business Ownership, said that “the opening of a Women’s Business Center in Tulsa’s Greenwood neighborhood will be historic for Oklahoma and for our nation, and we look forward to supporting the local small business ecosystem by providing the resources needed for women entrepreneurs in Greenwood to grow and expand.”

“The new WBC also builds on the Biden-Harris Administration’s commitment to increase equity for all Americans through access to the SBA’s vast network of resources and opportunities,” she said in a statement.

The new Tulsa WBC will become the SBA’s 138th Women’s Small Business Center to offer one-on-one counseling, training, networking, workshops, technical assistance and mentoring to women entrepreneurs on numerous business development topics, including business startup, financial management, marketing and procurement.

In June, President Biden visited Tulsa to visit communities that have been left behind by failed policies and

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Workforce Management Software/Services Markets – Global Forecast to 2027 –

DUBLIN–()–The “Workforce Management Software Market, Forecast, Impact of COVID-19, Industry Trends, by Organization Size, Growth, Company Analysis” report has been added to’s offering.

The Workforce Management Software Market will reach US$ 10.64 Billion by 2027 from US$ 6.28 Billion in 2020, growing with a CAGR of 7.82% during 2020-2027.

In the modern era, with the advancement in technology, the growing popularity of workforce management solutions becomes an increasingly important tool for business processes to centralize resource usage data and better plan future utilization.

Workforce Management (WFM) software offers a set of integrated approaches that enable organizations to optimize their employees’ productivity, by effectively forecasting labor requirements and creating & managing staff schedules to accomplish a specific task on a day-to-day and hour-to-hour basis.

Further, the increasing popularity of cloud-based solutions and the Growing Trend of AI and Machine Learning are major driving factors for the expanding

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Shaquille O’Neal Reveals Formula of Being Successful in the Business World (Exclusive)

Since Shaquille O’Neal retired from the NBA, he has become a very successful businessman. From owning several restaurant franchises to being a former minority owner of the Sacramento Kings, O’Neal has become a powerhouse in the corporate world. recently caught up with O’Neal, who talked about the challenges he faced on his road to being an entrepreneur as well as his formula for success. 

“I faced probably the same successes that everybody else faced,” O’Neal told PopCulture. “Before you succeed, you must first learn to fail. So, I just tried to create a formula that’s happy for everyone. So, they’ve seen the, ‘Oh my God, he’s a genius! He does this, and does that.’ My formula has been very simple: hire people that are smarter than me. 

“And that’s why I’m glad The General is also going to be funding a $25,000 grant to a rising Black entrepreneur

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