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MCSE BI Certification Training

MCSE BI (Business Intelligence) certification training focuses on developing a candidate's knowledge and skills related to designing, developing and implementing solutions capable of delivering increased volume of data at organizational-level. This training is also the path to achieve the Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): SQL Server 2012 certification.

MCSE BI training course imparts the skills required for implementing business intelligence solutions at corporate level in order to reduce costs and accomplish tasks quicker. This certification program makes participants capable of:

  • Implementing a Tabular Data Model in PowerPivot
  • Using MDX Syntax and customizing a cube
  • Conducting predictive analysis by using data mines
  • Planning a Business Intelligence infrastructure
  • Designing an ETL solution, as well as data warehouse

MCSE Business Intelligence training additionally imparts expertise to scrutinize and optimize BI solutions; implement a SharePoint Server BI solution; and develop interactive data visualizations with the help of PowerView.

After completing the MCSE BI certification training, participants can work as Business Intelligence Engineers or Reporting Engineers.

Candidates can keep themselves updated in the chosen solution area by undergoing recertification exam every three years.


By passing exams 457, 458 and 460, candidates can upgrade their MCITP: Business Intelligence 2008 to MCSE: Business Intelligence certification.

Successfully passing exams 457 and 458 certifies participants in Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA): SQL Server 2012.

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