The University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business and LUCRUM, Inc. Co-host Quarterly Business Intelligence Symposium Series

Business Intelligence Symposium

In May 2011, the Carl H. Lindner College of Business and LÛCRUM, Inc.began co-hosting quarterly BI Symposia. The purpose of these events is to provide thought leadership in the rapidly evolving area of analytics. By bringing together business and IT professionals from various industries, each can share best practices, lessons learned and walk away with actionable information.

Graduate Course Series

LÛCRUM is also excited to support a graduate course series in Data Analytics offered by UC. The seven-course series prepares students to lead Data Analytics initiatives in their respective businesses by providing a broad and deep understanding of the Data Life Cycle—design and implementation of a database and data warehouse, statistical analysis/mining of data for business insights, techniques for effective presentation of information, and managing BI projects. LÛCRUM associates are currently scheduled to teach the courses on Data Visualization and Managing Business Intelligence Projects.


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