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Infotech Group Analysis Take Part in Analyst Days

Posted on April 27 2018

Infotech Group analysts were actively involved in Analyst Days, one of the largest international conferences on system and business analysis. Speakers included corporate IT specialists from Canada, Great Britain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, Poland, Slovenia and Romania. The eighth conference was held around the end of April in St. Petersburg.

Photo source: Infotech Group

“Attending such events is a valuable experience. It's not just that here you can learn about new approaches, practices, life hacks, share your experience and systematize knowledge. It is also important that you are given a unique opportunity to look at your work extrinsically, to compare how you live inside your company and how the professional world lives around you. It's a strong incentive to start changing something,” noted Natalya Kosinova, Head of the Analytics Department at Infotech Group. She went on to say it was also interesting to hear opinions about analysts from colleagues who work in other areas (system architects, testers, HR managers, sales managers). "We are all in the same boat, and are working for a common cause - we need to communicate more, listen and hear each other," she pointed out.

Every year, Analyst Days bring together leading experts from the world of analytics. The Analyst Days community knows everything about innovations, trends, best practices, achievements and problems in the design of requirements, management practices, necessary skills, technologies and tools.