CitiusTech and BITS Pilani join hands to train technology experts


CitiusTech, an engaging provider of healthcare technologies and consulting solutions, has teamed up with the Work Integrated Learning Programmes (WILP) segment of Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, to help their technology professionals in acquiring new skills in analytics, technology and data science domains. The existing engineers at CitiusTech may now take advantage of BITS Pilani WILP’s premier programs, like as M. Tech. in Data Science & Engineering and MBA in BA (Business Analytics), to strengthen their healthcare analytics well as quality analysis skills.

WILP seems to have been a founding and vital component of BITS Pilani for over four decades to assist working professionals in enhancing their understanding and skills, mainly in technology and science, among other subjects, whilst constantly working for their unique enterprises.

Investing in the Healthcare Analytics Market

According to the Global Big Data and Business Analytics (GBDBA) Market research, the healthcare technology market is anticipated to register $75 billion by 2026, up from an expected $21 billion in 2021, at a compounded annual rate of 29 percent during the projected timeframe. By 2027, the GBDBA is estimated to be worth $448 billion.

These figures support the notion that the expansion of profitable healthcare will be a tremendous opportunity, implying that healthcare businesses should spend heavily in informatics and analytics. CitiusTech understands that to capitalize on this market opportunity, sure of its experts must regularly improve themselves via leading learning and education programs.

WILP’s customized courses for diverse industries

CitiusTech will gain from BITS Pilani WILP’s adaptable curricula, which offers multi-year programmes targeted towards enterprises and sectors. The prestigious institute employs completely operational and well-maintained devices and systems in its simulated and remote laboratories available for students most of the year. It also offers handouts for various courses and instructional videos that can be viewed at the learners’ leisure, deeming it an excellent choice for CitiusTech’s existing engineering consultancy employees.

“With the increasing use of digital transformation and new-age technologies in healthcare, there is a need to continuously reskill or upskill technology workers,” stated Vaishali Desai, who is currently appointed as the VP & Head of Learning at CitiusTech.

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