February 22, 2013 – University BI educators are spreading their partnership and course opportunities as part of the effort to close the analytic skills gap, and students are translating that into a positive outlook on a diverse range of careers, according to new results from the BI Congress III.

The BI Congress, an educational collaborative event that seeks to “align academia and practice” of business intelligence, recently finalized its “The State of Business Intelligence and Business Analytics in Academia 2012.” The survey, its third since 2009, encompasses responses on BI and analytics education challenges and expectations from 319 professors, 614 students from 96 schools, and 308 BI hiring businesses.

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