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Business intelligence jobs are the techniques used by professionals and experts in analyzing their business data related to sales, revenue, costs, and income. These technologies are vital in the operation of a company since it provides current and historical views as well as predictions of future operations. Some of the more common technologies that companies use are predictive analysis, benchmarking, online analytical processing, data mining, text mining, analytics and business performance management. As a tool in decision-making, business intelligence is sometimes used synonymously with competitive intelligence since decision making support is made, but on closer view. Business intelligence technology applications in analyzing are mostly internal and structure business processes and data.

The outlook for business intelligence careers in the next month is very promising with an already recorded a 66 percent increase since December 2008. Whereas, a 2009 Gartner paper has the following predictions for business intelligence: due to lack of information, tools, and processes until 2012. 35% of top companies may fail to make important changes in their markets and business. Business intelligence professionals use tools to be able to perform effectively and improve their business intelligence.

One of the highly needed business intelligence jobs these days is for a business intelligence developer. Business intelligence developers basically review a company’s operating processes and manufacturing systems and compare these processes to the industries practices. They also recommend appropriate software solutions to improve efficiency in the process. The major task of a business intelligence developer is to work with the end users in designing and building the components of a company’s business intelligence warehouse. Aided by Microsoft Corporation’s Business Intelligence applications they develop operating processes. The business intelligence developer also modifies current software to correct errors and consults with clients about application maintenance. Programming skills and time management are among the qualities needed to perform the necessary duties adeptly. Deductive reasoning and mathematical skills also help in making the task easier. Extensive knowledge in the use of application servers, logic analyzers, and development environment software like IBM Rational Rose XDE Developer makes proficient and apt business intelligence developers. Academic requirement for a business intelligence developer is completion of a bachelor’s degree in information systems, computer science, engineering, or other related fields. Some companies may forego this academic requirement as long as the applicant have wide exposure and hand-on experience with the applications for more than 4 years. The incentive package being offered by companies is what attracts jobseekers to aspire to land in any of the business intelligence jobs offered by various companies. The average annual salary for a business intelligence developer is around $98,000 as of this year. This average varies greatly depending on the location of the job, company industry, and experience of the applicant. Having a higher educational attainment is one way of earning higher salary than other BI developer and gaining expertise through years of experience and trainings with various applications and software programs is another way of putting yourself atop over other competitors.

Other average salaries for business intelligence employment are as follows: Cognos developer- $76,000; business objects developer- $79,000; data warehouse developer- $ 81,000; Cognos reportnet developer- $ 88,000; senior programmer analyst- $ 68,000; database developer- $74,000 and Cognos business intelligence developer- $ 83,000.

Current business intelligence jobs found on the net these past few days are for business intelligence analysts, business intelligence director, business intelligence manager, business intelligence project manager, business intelligence solution architects, and business intelligence solution sales representatives among others. The list can just go on and considering that technology develops and changes so fast we can expect newer and more advanced applications to emerge in the next months.

If you want to work as a business intelligence developer, you should have the ability to translate application in a user-friendly manner and a bachelor’s degree in computer science is required. When searching for a job, make sure that it is really what you want so that you will enjoy doing it and keep your job for a long time. You also have to consider that the salary that is offered to you will pay your bills or sustain your financial status so that you will not put yourself into a lot of financial problem in the future.

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