Master Data Management for Beginners

Course Format

Self-paced

Duration

1 Week

Commitment

1.5 hours

Language

English

Amount

(Inclusive of all applicable taxes)

What will you learn in the course?

  • Concepts of Data Management System and its importance
  • Concepts of Master Data Management System and its importance
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Features include

Self-learning Multimode Programme

Study at your own pace with engaging video content

Community-based Learner Support

NA

Online Assessment

NA

Digital Certification

Get participation certificate on completing the course

What is Data Management?

Analyses data from different dimensions or angles

Categorises it and summarises the identified relationships

Helps to streamline data sharing among personnel and departments in an organisation

Make a life-changing career decision now!

Gartner defines Master Data Management (MDM) as a technology-enabled discipline in which business and IT work together. It ensures uniformity, accuracy and accountability of the enterprise's official shared master data. Here is what you can look forward in terms of career and job prospects.

CAGR of 19.8%

Expected market size growth for global Master Data Management (MDM) from US$11.3 billion in 2020 to US$27.9 billion by 2025 (Source: MarketsandMarkets)

53% of companies

Will implement data-driven initiatives within the next year (Source: taxandbusinessonline)

~4.3 LPA

Average salary of a Data Analyst (Source: Indeed)

Is the programme for you?

Master Data Management for Beginners Course is a smart way to achieve the growth you seek in your career, especially if you are:

  • A graduate or postgraduate student, wanting to learn this skill
  • A jobseeker or working professional, seeking to upskill in new technologies

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