A specialist in business intelligence, the business intelligence manager's main function is to analyze the functional and technical needs of the organization and to define the architecture best suited to its business and objectives.
In addition to developing the various integration processes, he or she also plays an essential role in adapting and supporting the various users to the decision support tools he or she has implemented. This key position is suitable for profiles from engineering schools or master's/doctorate degrees in computer science with a specialization in information processing tools or decisional computing.
In order to manage his responsibilities as a Business Intelligence project manager, the ideal candidate will have been able to test his ability to take on the responsibility of transverse missions during a first experience in project management or as a manager in a company.
Indeed, if the main technical prerequisites of the position are based on data management and an indispensable mastery of data analytics tools, its field of competence must also cover the spectrum of data engineering, from architecture and database systems to various languages and decision-making tools.
Requiring a high degree of autonomy, the business intelligence manager function also requires management and reporting skills as well as a natural ability to collaborate with team members and decision-makers within the organization.
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