The success of any organization lies in the effective and efficient decision making of its personnel at various levels. There has been tremendous growth of data of all sorts in last few decades which throws challenge to utilize these knowledge assets.
Today’s mangers need to refine their skill sets towards making effective business decisions and awareness of new tools which holds the key for competitive advantage. There are plenty of tools around ranging from low end to high end to take care of simple to most complex business problems. Hence, there is a need to be aware, equipped and have ability to assess such decision support tools which help decision makers in organizations, business and outside, to make the process efficient and effective.
It is in the interest of organizations to ensure that their employees are empowered to retrieve, view, filter, manipulate, and understand huge data sets, both structured and unstructured, or else be forever struggling just to stay afloat in an ocean of data that promises to grow at a rate higher than we have already seen. The participants will learn modelling techniques, simulation, supervised and unsupervised mining.
Quick Details of MDP
MDP Date : 18th July - 20th July Venue : IIFT New Delhi Fee* : ₹ 24000 /- per participant *plus 18% GST
DISCOUNT: There is a 10% discount on nominating 5 candidates from the same organization. Please Note:
· The fee includes Certificate ,study material and Kit from IIFT on completion. · Though the programme is non-residential, but we can provide accommodation in the vicinity of Iti Institute in Hotels/Guest Houses at reasonable rates on request
Electronic Fund Transfer (NEFT) The payment should be made in favour of Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi. Banker’s Name: INDIAN BANK Branch Name: MIA, Katwaria Sarai, and New Delhi. A/c No. 767635122 Branch MICR No. 110019018 , NEFT (IFSC) Code IDIB000M089 (2) Demand Draft /Cheque in favour of “Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, New Delhi” payable at New Delhi
Programme Director's Desk
Dr. O.P. Wali
Professor, Head, Centre for International Trade in Technology (CITT)