It is always heard that data analysts must understand business and understand business. It is really important to understand business, but to what extent do you need to understand it? There is very little serious discussion. What's even more difficult is that no matter how much you know, someone will always come out and say to you: "I don't know business." When did this matter? Today we will explain the system.
The reason why there is "business" is that it is relative to "technology". In traditional terms, business generally refers to all non-technical mobile number list work, and is a general term for corporate sales, marketing, risk control, and operations. These are all jobs that directly face B-end/C-end users and make money for the company. Technology corresponds to supporting majors such as finance, IT, legal affairs, human resources, and R&D. These do not face customers directly, but support business operations behind the scenes.
Among the few companies that sell data, such as consulting companies, third-party data companies, advertising companies, etc., data is directly sold to customers as a product, and the status of data is closer to business. In most other enterprises, data is the support department, so it is necessary to understand business and service business.