Alteryx and DataCamp partner to boost analytics upskilling

Alteryx and DataCamp partner to boost analytics upskilling

Alteryx has announced two new upskilling partnerships from Alteryx SparkED, the company’s data analytics education program, to grow the pipeline of diverse analytics talent and empower individuals looking to enhance their career prospects with in-demand skills. 

The new partnerships with DataCamp and Women in Data will enable greater reach for Alteryx SparkED, which has empowered more than 170,000 learners globally and works with more than 1,200 academic institutions across 55 countries. 

This comes at a time when 54% of digital leaders globally say skills shortages prevent them from keeping up with the pace of change.

Big Data, analytics and data engineering are the most in-demand technology skills.

Olivia Duane Adams, co-founder and Chief Advocacy Officer, Alteryx, said: “We have a responsibility to attract diverse groups of learners into the analytics space. That’s why we are pleased to partner with DataCamp and Women in Data. Working together, we can impact the workforce needs of today and for the future.” 

Sadie St. Lawrence, founder and CEO, Women in Data, said: “By providing access to Alteryx curriculum and learning opportunities, we are equipping women with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in this rapidly growing industry.

“Together with Alteryx, we are committed to creating a more inclusive future where women are well-represented and can make their mark in the world of data and AI.” 

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