How do you go about keeping informed of prevailing market trends?
Assesses the candidates knowledge and their ability to stay abreast of market trends.
Which Business Intelligence software do you recommend, and why?
Reveals the candidates experience and their proficiency in industry-related software.
In the past, he has been associated with companies like Mastek and 3i Infotech Ltd (erstwhile ICICI Infotech Ltd). An NIT (Erstwhile REC)/IIM Kozhikode graduate, now as an entrepreneur, he is pursuing his dream of creating an organization for providing quality training in the fields of Business Analysis & Automation Testing.
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Tell us about your experience with data analysis or pricing analysis in particular.
Honestly speaking, you do not need any previous experience with pricing analysis to be able to handle the job. All corporations have excellent processes in place, room for creativeness is almost non-existent (especially when we talk about entry level jobs), and they will show you how to take care of your duties. You will learn it on the job.
Nevertheless, some experience is always a plus, especially when you compete for the job with many other candidates, which is often the case with entry level corporate roles. You can talk about software programs you’ve worked with, or point out a successful analyses you conducted in your last job, or even at school (for example while working on your thesis). You can add a “terminus technicus” here and there, such as a name of a statistical function or of a time row analysis method you used while working on the data analysis.
And if you have no experience at all, you can simply say that you believe in your excellent match skills and intelligence. You will learn how to do your work in no time, especially with the excellent training program they have in place (as you’ve learned while preparing for the interview…)