Zimbabwean executives are widely embracing business intelligence as a tool to enhance operational efficiency, identify latest market trends as well as optimising internal business processes thus improving on corporate governance and competitive of local industries.
Adopting tools, practices and applications to analyse and present data which can be used to create excellent business information is one of the critical components to guaranteeing a competitive industry within the global market.
Zimbabwean executives have identified the essence of this vital aspect in business development and are widely gravitating towards this concept as reflected by the uptake for both the graduate Diploma for Business Intelligence and the masters programme being offered by Mount Carmel Institute of Business Intelligence.
A crop of 6 graduate diploma graduands and 33 masters of business intelligence graduands were capped during a ceremony held in Harare yesterday and was officiated by the Minister of State for Harare Metropolitan Province Honourable Miriam Chikukwa.
The acquired skills carry the benefits of improving operational efficiencies, driving new revenues as well as spotting business problems that need to be addressed.
It’s a tool which if successfully implemented across various sectors can work to the advantage of improving the operating platforms of these industries more so drawing from the fact that its being embraced when there is a rejuvenated approach to conducting business espoused under the mantra ‘Zimbabwe is open for business’.