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Data science is changing how we live and conduct business today.
Humans produce 2.5 quintillion (18 zeroes) bytes of data every day. Governments, businesses, researchers are all deep diving into this world of data to up their game. While data-driven disruption is unsettling, some are harnessing it to their benefit. "Organizations nimble enough to navigate the minefield of new technologies and leverage them will see tremendous success," says Diwakar Chittora, CEO of the online training platform Intellipaat, which offers 150+ courses in emerging technologies.
The biggest challenge for organizations is the sheer volume of products inundating the market. Every organization has to learn to sift technologies with real potential from the fads. "Keeping track of emerging technologies and dovetailing them into existing systems will be critical for organizations to survive," says Chittora.
Asked to name some of the key technologies sought out by businesses, Chittora said, "We are seeing great interest in Data Science, Salesforce and DevOps right now."
McKinsey projects that by 2018, demand for data scientists may be as much as 60 percent greater than the supply. The average wages for data scientists increased by +36 percent between 2012 and 2014. This explains the rush not only by organizations and businesses but also job seekers to arm themselves with data science credentials. Our Data Science training course helps professionals to equip the right skills that organizations are looking at.
Salesforce leads the CRM Market with a 19.7% of Market Share, according to Gartner. "This is a good time to become a Salesforce administrator, as the salaries are high in the U.S.," says Chittora. To meet the demand, Intellipaat offers Salesforce training for 201, 401, 501 Certifications.
Traditionally, the development and the operations teams of any software enterprise operated independently. But in forward-thinking organizations, DevOps is changing this culture. "Our DevOps training helps improve various processes in IT enterprises by better integrating development and operations," says Chittora.
Intellipaat has grown from 20K to 400K learners in last 2 years and is one of the leading e-learning companies. Intellipaat Big Data course, which is a flagship course, is developed in association with IBM.
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