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Company Name: Banglalink
Job Title: EDW & BI General Manager
Job Type: Full Time
Job Category: IT & Telecommunication
Deadline: 08 Feb,2016
B. Sc in CSE/Telecommunication/Electronics Engineering or other related field of study
Al least 8-9 years of experience in EDW & BI arena with 4 years of experience in people management role and project management.
Previous experience in GSM/Telecom is a definite plus
Experience in data modeling is preferred for Enterprise Data Warehouse
Sound knowledge in EDW (Enterprise Data Warehouse) systems (preferably Teradata, Oracle,Hadoop, Informatica, OWB)
Sound knowledge in Analytical tools (preferably KXEN Churn prediction and segmentation system, SAP Business Object, OBIEE), LMS and CMS system
Good understanding of Unix shell, SQL, PL/SQL scripting
Good understanding of Telecom Architecture Awareness
Good knowledge of IT project management
Department/Division/Job Location: Technology/Applications/Dhaka
Application Deadline: Monday, February 8, 2016
Candidates who do not meet the education, experience and other attributes will NOT be considered.
CANVASSING IN ANY FORM WILL BE AN IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFICATION.
EDW & BI General Manager
Supervise and monitor the entire process of development, deployment, Operations and maintenance of EDW platform
Preparing roadmap and Defining Architecture for EWH and BI unit aligning with business requirement, forecast and goal
Preparing EDW & BI budget and managing BI & EDW projects
Supporting business with necessary reports, analysis and analytical solutions
Managing vendor relationship for the current and future projects
Collaborate with management to develop and implement strategies to support new technologies and business needs.
A principle that states that every nation, worker, or production entity has a production activity that incurs a lower opportunity cost than that of another nation, worker, or production entity, which means that trade between the two can be beneficial to both if each specializes in the production of a good with lower relative opportunity cost. This law is most often studied in the confines of international trade, but it also applies to labor and other types of production.
The law of comparative advantage is the guiding principle for international trade. It provides insight into why and how nations engage in trade. In particular, it indicates why a technologically advanced nation is able to purchase goods produced by a nation with lesser technology.
The key to the law of comparative advantage is opportunity cost, the value of foregone production. If very little production is foregone when a good is produced, then the opportunity cost is relatively low. As such, an extremely productive, technologically advanced nation is bound to forego a great deal of production and incur high opportunity cost to produce a given good, while a less productive, less advanced nation can produce the same good at a lower opportunity cost.