IBA and High-Tech Park Conduct Training Sessions For Belarusian Universities

In April, IBA held a number of training sessions organized by the High-Tech Park, the Belarus’ Silicon Valley. The series of free workshops in various IT disciplines is intended for higher-education teaching personnel of the specialized departments of Belarusian universities. The trainings are aimed to improve the Belarusian higher education, bring it closer to the real demands of modern IT business, and raise the competitiveness of the Belarusian IT specialists in the local and international labor markets.

On April 20, IBA conducted the seminar Introduction to Business Intelligence (BI). In his presentation, Eugene Buria, IBA Director of Business Applications Division, spoke about:

  • Basic concepts and architecture of BI systems
  • Major players at BI market
  • BI tools
  • Analytical business applications
  • IBA experience in BI systems implementation.

The same day, IBA conducted a seminar on IBM SPSS Statistics and Modeller in statistical analysis and forecasting. Dmitry Severinets, IBA Business Analyst, delivered a presentation on:

  • Introduction to IBM SPSS. Fundamentals of intellectual and statistical analysis of data (Data Mining)
  • IBM SPSS Statistics and Modeler
  • Using IBM SPSS to conduct scoring, improve efficiency of marketing campaigns, and combat customer attrition.

On April 26, IBA held a training on CALS/PDM/PLM systems. The participants learned more about integrated system of product development and its components:

  • System of product lifecycle management (PDM / PLM) based on PTC Windchill software to manage data and business processes
  • CAD / CAM / CAE systems based on PTC CREO (Pro / ENGINEER), a universal scalable high-level system of computer-aided design (CAD) that uses 3D-technology
  • System of document dynamic publishing based on PTC Arbortext & IsoDraw
  • System of automation of mathematical and engineering calculations based on PTC Mathcad
  • Data visualization system based on PTC ProductView.

More than 30 teachers of Belarusian higher educational institutions attended the workshops.

Source: IBA Group
TAGS: IBA Group
CATEGORY: Belarus
 
 

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