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New Post 7/9/2017 1:57 AM
User is offline Vishant
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Want to change career as Business Analyst 

Hi All,,

I don't know , Is it right place to ask this question or not..but I have 8 years of experience in Industrial Automation mostly in PLC Programming, Commissioning and Project coordination, Project Engineer (mostly in Manufacturing field.. like Machine mfgs, OEMs etc..) I want to change my career as Business Analyst .. Can any one tell me is it possible ..? what are the requirements for that..? I  am learning SAS, R form one of the institute ..

Can anyone guide me for that..?

Thanks

 

 

 
New Post 7/9/2017 9:50 AM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Want to change career as Business Analyst 

Hi Vishant,

Welcome to the Modern Analyst Community!

Of course it's possible to switch careers to a business/systems analyst as you have a background in structured thinking, engineering, project coordination.

I would say that the best way to get started is to take an in-person course  on Introduction to Business Analysis.

Adrian


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New Post 7/14/2017 2:52 AM
User is offline Kimbo
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Re: Want to change career as Business Analyst 

Hi Vishant

 

If you're looking at R perhaps you should also explore data science as a career change as well

 

Kimbo

 

 

 
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