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New Post 6/19/2015 6:37 AM
User is offline dubai0
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Student Project for IT company (SaaS) 

Hello guys

I am glad that I run into this forum,because i have some problems with my final work for my college. I am student of IT managment and i have some skills in analytics and data analyst. In my final work i want to connect with some IT companies and do some work that will benefit them and it will be good for me. But i dont know how approach them ,what project could i offer to make for them in softwaere analytics?. Or should i just approach them in way that i don t represent any project and ask a conversation with them ,is that unserious? Any answers will be helpful or links or projects examples anything... Thaaaank you

 
New Post 8/18/2015 11:45 AM
User is offline Chris Adams
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Re: Student Project for IT company (SaaS) 

I think it's fine that you approach a company without a specific project.  But you should still present a few examples of the types of project that you believe you might be able to do for them.  This gives the company an idea of how they might use your services.  Yet, this gives them the flexibility to choose their own project that fits your skill set.


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