MBIT School, the leading training school for Business Intelligence and Big Data in Spain, will help the country´s largest telecomm corporation Telefonica in expanding the knowledge of its employees, offering cutting-edge training in these areas through the implementation of Data Culture programs.
Telefonica stands out due to its use of the latest innovative technology and the training that it provides for its employees. To follow in this path, the company has chosen MBIT School to provide transversal training in several of its divisions that may require Big Data applications, such as programs with digital contents, Smart City programs, eHealth, commerce, or the latest implementations in Spanish and international regulations such as private data protection.
This specialized school has begun training different divisions of the Spanish telecommunications company using Data Culture programs
In this project, Telefonica will profit from the know-how brought by outstanding professionals from the Big Data environment, with over 15 years of experience in Big Data projects or Business Intelligence technologies, as well as some of the most qualified teachers in the field of technologic training.
“We are very pleased with Telefonica´s decision to choose us to train its workers in Big Data. MBIT´s expertise on these technologies and the experience of our teachers in successful and cutting-edge projects have become fundamental to set this new project in motion”, stated Daniel Parente, General Director at MBIT School.
Many companies have put their trust in MBIT School
Companies such as the Banks Satander or BBVA, Vodafone, Tinámica, Cognodata, Ono, Teradata, SAS, Oracle or Keyrus collaborate with BMIT School taking part in workshops, and providing data-sets so that the students can work with the most realistic packs of data, as well as offering these alumni enrolling opportunities.
MBIT School´s goal is to train the most qualified and prepared professionals with the help of its partners, shaping them into the ideal professional that may lead large technologic projects.