Power Data Courses

Power Data Training from New Horizons

As our world becomes increasingly digital and more interconnected – from e-commerce, to electronic health records, to social media – businesses, from small to large, are presented with a tremendous opportunity to leverage the big data generated by our every interaction. Targeted data analysis offers enhanced insight into customers, operations, finances and many other elements critical to the function of an organization.

Enter in the next generation of Power Data Users. With New Horizons' training, you will be able to transform your data into actionable insights, enabling your business to improve customer relationships, providing better services - which will drive new opportunities.


Training Offered Includes...

Crystal Reports:
Crystal Reports is used to design and generate reports. With the ability to pull data from virtually any data source, the primary sources include Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, Oracle databases, Microsoft SQL Server, Microsoft Access databases, Business Objects Enterprise, and Local file system information.

Microsoft Azure:
Microsoft Azure is a collection of integrated cloud services — including analytics, computing, database, mobile, networking, storage, and web. Azure is now the public cloud of choice for businesses, so these skills are in high demand. Take advantage of this flexible, user-friendly platform that was designed to make every level of IT professional productive. Understand Azure’s integrated tools, templates, and managed services, and you can effectively build and maintain enterprise, mobile, web and Internet of Things (IoT) apps, using skills you already have and technologies you already know.

Microsoft Excel & Power BI:
Microsoft Excel is the most commonly used spreadsheet application, making it easy to monitor financial performance, such as business profit or loss, calculate payments on large purchases, plan a budget, or stay organized with checklists. Learning how to use Excel is an investment in both your personal and professional life. Successfully using Excel will improve your efficiency in the workplace by helping you to create detailed worksheets, invoices, charts, and complex formulas to achieve professional results in a fraction of the time.

Microsoft SQL Server:
SQL Server is an open-source database that offers deep insight into your data, simplifying programming and management to help expedite development and time to production. Use SQL Server’s capabilities to perform analytics directly within a database, present visualizations on any device, offer advanced security features, present warm and cold transactional data to Microsoft Azure, so your critical information is always ready to go for queries, whether on-premise or in the cloud.

Tableau:
Focusing on business intelligence, Tableau offers powerful analytics on information taken from any data platform imaginable – whether it be on-premise or in the cloud. Tableau is known for its extensive visuals and live visual analytics which gives your organization extensive data exploration, and the ability to collaborate and expand on your insights.