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10 Canceled Cars that Won’t be Coming Back after 2023

Not every new car is a success, and over time even the most intriguing models run the risk of being surpassed by more interesting offerings from other companies. It’s not always a design, price, or features issue – some slow sellers fall victim to events outside their control, like changing fuel prices, shifting customer buying habits, or fading styling trends. The 10 cars on this list are facing their final year of production before being canceled forever, making this your last chance to snag one of these models.1. Dodge Viper

2. Volkswagen Eos

The Volkswagen Eos won’t even get a 2023 model year – it’s been canceled as of 2024 – but you’ll find plenty of leftovers on the lot over the course of the next 12 months as the brand sells off inventory. The Eos was a hardtop convertible cruiser based on the larger Passat platform, despite its compact size, and unlike the Beetle and Golf cabriolets of old it never really caught on with sun-loving buyers. This is symptomatic of convertible sales as a whole, which have plunged over the last decade.

3. Cadillac ELR

‘A great car at a terrible price’ is the best way to sum up the Cadillac ELR, the two-door luxury coupe built on the bones of the popular Chevrolet Volt extended-range hybrid sedan. $75,000 was too high of a premium to pay for a vehicle that actually had less EV range than its half-priced Volt sibling, even though the ELR was faster, quieter, and much more stylish. Discounts and tax breaks abounded with the Cadillac, but no one was interested, which means this excellent automobile is done as soon as the clock strikes midnight on January 31.

4. Honda CR-Z

The Honda CR-Z is another hybrid that never found an audience, but not because it was overpriced. One the rare gasoline/electric cars to be offered with the option of a manual transmission, the CR-Z couldn’t live up to the memory of the CRX, its high efficiency, mega-fun early 90s predecessor, in terms of either driving dynamics or even fuel mileage. Stylish but ultimately a bit of a yawn to drive, Honda fans stayed away from the CR-Z in droves, leading to its early death at the end of this year.

5. Dodge Dart

How long has it been since Chrysler has been able to field a competitive small car? The Dodge Dart wasn’t a bad vehicle, but its smallish platform (foisted on it by corporate parent Fiat) and somewhat balky automatic transmission made it an outlier in a market filled with spacious high tech choices. Then there’s the fact that Chrysler realized it could use the Dart’s assembly line to build much more profitable Cherokee SUVs, which sealed the sedan’s doom.

6. Hyundai Genesis

The Hyundai Genesis isn’t exactly dead – it’s just getting kicked upstairs. In fact, Hyundai is so bullish about the potential for its premium cars that it’s created an entirely new luxury brand named after the full-size sedan, and is moving both the Genesis and the Equus under that banner. Redubbed the ‘Genesis G80’ for 2023, the car will soldier on with a huge amount of corporate support and its own valet service for repairs and maintenance.

7. Lincoln MKS

The Lincoln MKS fell victim to the perception that it was little more than a rebodied Ford Taurus, despite numerous attempts to carve out its own identity on the full-size luxury market. Rather than keep pushing forward, Lincoln has elected to replaced the MKS wholesale for the 2023 model year with the Lincoln Continental, a vehicle whose name evokes the brand’s heritage, and which sets off in a new styling direction that the brand hopes will resonate with new customers.

8. Chrysler Town & Country / Dodge Grand Caravan

Both of Chrysler’s minivans – the Chrysler Town & Country and the Dodge Grand Caravan – are dead men walking after the release of the 2023 Chrysler Pacifica, which essentially replaces them both. Still, production continues in an effort to feed rental and other fleet customers hungry for affordable people movers, which means there’s still a chance to snag one or both of these high capacity haulers throughout the next year.

9. Scion tC

Scion is dead, and while a few models are moving over to Toyota showrooms, the Scion tC compact coupe isn’t so lucky. By the end of 2024 the tC will have left the market forever, and in its wake you won’t find much of a legacy. A bit too heavy and utilitarian to be considered a true sporty compact, the Scion tC found love from buyers who wanted a stylish commuter car that was comfortable and relatively affordable.

10. Volvo S80

The Volvo S80 could be considered a ‘zombie’ car, a vehicle that was left to wither on the vine for 10 years after its most recent generational refresh. As a full-size premium sedan, this meant that the S80 was a full five years past its best-before date, and ultimately Volvo elected to replace the car with the all-new S90. Note to survivalists: with the S80 gone, there’s no longer any vehicle on the market that comes with an anti-carjacking internal heartbeat monitor linked to your key fob.

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Tesla Cars Become Autonomous Overnight

Earlier this month, many Teslas were given a self-driving mode upgrade , and this makes for a SUPER fun Halloween costume. Unless you have a car costume lying around, you’ll have to make your own (the internet is your friend) . But once it’s done, you can run around anywhere claiming the car is driving itself and you have no control (also a great way to get out of boring conversations and not offend the other person–it’s the car, not you).

The Rise of the Machines has begun—fittingly, via an overnight wireless global “awakening.”

That’s right, owners of Tesla Model S and Model X electric vehicles woke up today to cars suddenly empowered to drive themselves down the road. The company’s software update—Tesla Version 7.0, installed via WiFi—includes its new Autopilot technology, which imparts a degree of autonomy to the sleek, high-tech cars. Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced the update via conference call yesterday, stressing that it was still in beta and that drivers will not be able to completely disengage themselves from the act of driving. “Because the software is still at an early stage, it’s important people exercise caution,” Musk said. “In the long term, drivers will not need to keep their hands on the wheel. Eventually there won’t be wheels or pedals.”

The system uses a suite of sensors installed in cars built beginning in September 2014, including a forward radar, a forward-looking camera, 12 long-range ultrasonic sensors, and braking and steering controls. Coupled with the car’s GPS, the hardware now permits the cars to steer within lanes, change lanes on command—via a tap of the turn signal—and modulate speed relative to vehicles in front of it, including braking to a full stop and automatically re-accelerating. Tesla already has one of the smoothest, most capable automatic cruise control systems on the road, and this enhancement promises a big reduction in driver workload—if not the actual ability to pick up a newspaper and just check out while your car chauffeurs you to the office.

It should be noted, of course, that other manufacturers currently have systems that are very close to Tesla’s autopilot. Mercedes, Acura, Volvo, and Audi can all manage steering down the highway and automatic braking and acceleration, via their lane-centering technology and adaptive cruise control. Driving the most recent Acuras in cruise control require nothing more than keeping light pressure on the wheel. If you let go for more than a few seconds, it will flash an alert and eventually deactivate. Tesla’s system works similarly—if not driver engagement is detected, it will flash an alert and eventually slow to a stop and activate the hazard lights.

Driving is all about managing treacherous, millisecond-long transitions, which we humanoids tend to do automatically.

Another distinction from other semi-autonomous systems is that the cars will collect data about their use, to refine and enhance the systems. That’s critical, because the real challenge for autonomous vehicles won’t be in the basics—cruising down the road and changing lanes on their own—but in the margins, the moments where the systems are challenged or stymied. This can occur with unclear lane markings, inclement weather, or dicey lane changes. What happens, for instance, if your lane is sitting still but the cars next to you are racing by and you want to shoot over? Will the car engage Ludicrous Mode acceleration to rocket you into the next lane, or sit there forever waiting for a gaping hole? Driving is all about managing those treacherous, millisecond-long transitions, which we humanoids tend to do automatically—including appropriately second-guessing ourselves midway through a move, or reacting to other drivers who are similarly tentative, or overzealous.

It will be fun to watch this progression toward seamless interactions between man and machine. Tesla just nudged us a little bit closer to that future.

New Cars Make Me Feel Old

I’m a 28-year-old gadget nerd. Like many of my generation, I don’t often read instruction manuals. In dealings with parents, relatives and older friends, I’ve often struggled to wrap my head around what it is about technology that so fundamentally baffles members of generations past. Is it a fear of experimentation with the unknown? How can something that feels imprinted on my DNA be so utterly foreign to someone else? It’s a feeling shared by any son or daughter visiting home who, after a quick hug from mom and dad, is led unsubtly by the arm over to the computer desk: “Fix this. Please.”

But recently I’ve had some illuminating moments of empathy. And they’ve all come behind the wheel.

I haven’t owned a car since I was in college (a 1989 Toyota Corolla–White Fang, rest in peace), but being on good terms with Popular Science’s automotive editor comes with the occasional perk: I sometimes find myself with a new car to help test with a run to the grocery store or a quick road trip weekend. My promiscuity with many cars, rather than the reliably monogamous relationship most people have with one or two, has allowed me to frequently recreate the moment of first sitting down in an unfamiliar cockpit. Which means: I am frequently very confused inside an automobile. This confusion can take many forms.

Mild Panic: As I pulled into a moderately skeezy parking spot in Queens in the same Mercedes later that weekend, I unexpectedly found myself unable to lock the door. I pressed the button on the electronic proximity-sensing key fob and heard the doors’ latches lock. But upon pulling the handle to test, the door opened. This charade repeated several times, enough to start thinking that maybe I wouldn’t be able to leave this car unattended. It wasn’t until I gave my companion the key and had her step away from the vehicle that I realized the door was opening because the proximity sensor knew I was holding the key.

Don’t forget your key

Frustration: Like many nicely furnished new cars, a Volkswagen Touareg I recently drove was equipped with another kind of proximity sensor—one that detects objects near your bumpers while the car is traveling at low speeds, beeping and lowering the sound system’s volume if it thinks you’re due for a fender bender. A nice feature. Nice, that is, until you find yourself in bumper-to-bumper traffic on the Whitestone Bridge leaving the Bronx. There, we found our music volume fading out (and, curiously, not returning to its previous level) every few minutes, as the sensors detected the bumpers of our fellow frustrated gridlock victims. Even in standstill traffic, my passenger and I could not coax the touchscreen control panel to turn off this feature.

Helplessness: In a Mitsubishi Outlander driving in a decent rain shower, I fell victim to another smart feature that adjusts the speed of your windshield wipers in relation to how fast the car is moving. Like many drivers, I am particular about the frequency of my wipers—and yet my settings wouldn’t stick. Until I found and switched myself out of Automatic mode on the wiper stem, I was beginning to entertain the idea that I had lost my mind.

Adjust your seat here

Absurdity: Back in the Touareg, my driving companion plugs his iPhone into the audio system via docking cable in the glove box. “Good Thing” by Fine Young Cannibals immediately plays. It turns out, the system auto-plays by default the first song on the first playlist when it detects a connected iPod or iPhone. Needless to say, we became extremely well acquainted with the jangly opening bars of “Good Thing” that weekend.

Before this starts sounding too much like something from the desk of Andy Rooney, let me state plainly that smarter cars are a welcome development in the automotive world. The gadgetification of our cars has happened extremely fast, and it shows no sign of slowing. But my confusion should not be taken as a general cause for worry—I’m sure all of the features that puzzled me initially can be tweaked to suit my needs and tastes, after a bit of stationary fiddling and manual-reading.

And for every confounding new feature, there are those that effortlessly improve the driving experience. The rear-facing backup camera, which I find in just about every new car I drive, makes parallel parking in a modern vehicle one of driving’s most satisfying moments. And blind spot indicator lights in the side view mirrors, like those on a Mazda 6 I drove, are extremely useful when switching lanes in city traffic.

The greater point, then, is that I’m not used to feeling lost inside a new system. Each of the conditions above is unique in the type of resulting road rage, but they all have a common factor: confusion. It’s almost refreshing for someone like me to be reminded of this feeling—one experienced by millions of people as they more frequently encounter technology in their lives in new, unfamiliar places.

But it also poses a challenge to the auto industry: make the increasingly sophisticated technology inside our cars easier to use. Features like blind spot indicators make driving safer, but I’d argue that tapping through a touchscreen to find out why the stereo keeps beeping might cancel out such a gain. Are we safer, then, on aggregate? I would think so, but from my outsider’s perspective on new cars, there are times when it feels like we’re not.

Because behind the wheels of our cars, for safety’s sake, we should all feel like master technophiles.

Microsoft And Toyota Bringing The Cloud To Cars

Microsoft And Toyota Bringing The Cloud To Cars

Microsoft and Toyota jointly announced today their partnership to invest 1 billion yen (about $12 million) to bring telematics to your next-generation Toyota vehicle by harnessing the Windows Azure cloud platform. And in case you’re unfamiliar, telematics is the fusing of telecomunnications and information technologies in vehicles.

The joint telematics system will first appear in 2012 Toyota electric and plug-in hybrid cars and will provide energy management, GPS systems, and multimedia technologies. By 2024, when Microsoft’s global cloud platform is set to complete, these next-gen vehicles will be able to connect to servers from around the world.

This adds a whole new segment to mobile computing ecosystems. Thus far, a harmonious ecosystem has been focused on the fusing of smartphones, tablets, notebooks, and computers. But now, we can add vehicles to that environment. There could be an iPhone or Android app, or in this case a Windows Phone 7 app, to remotely start your Toyota or even help monitor the energy levels of your plug-in vehicle.

Press release:

Microsoft and Toyota Announce Strategic Partnership on Next-Generation Telematics

Microsoft and Toyota to participate in 1 billion yen investment in Toyota Media Service Co.

REDMOND, Wash., and TOYOTA CITY, Japan — April 6, 2011 — Microsoft Corp. and Toyota Motor Corp. (TMC) today announced they have forged a strategic partnership and plan to build a global platform for TMC’s next-generation telematics services using the Windows Azure platform. Telematics is the fusing of telecommunications and information technologies in vehicles; it can encompass GPS systems, energy management and other multimedia technologies.

As part of its smart-grid activities, aimed at achieving a low-carbon society through efficient energy use, TMC is conducting trials in Japan of its Toyota Smart Center pilot program, which plans to link people, automobiles and homes for integrated control of energy consumption. TMC believes that, as electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles become more popular, such systems will rely more on telematics services for achieving efficient energy management.

Microsoft has a long history of delivering platforms and services to the automotive market, including in-car infotainment systems built on the Windows Embedded Automotive platform, in-car mapping services with Bing and the Microsoft Tellme voice application, and many other consumer solutions.

“Today’s announcement of our partnership with TMC is a great example of how we continue to invest in the automotive industry and of our commitment to power the services that are important to consumers,” said Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. “It further validates the power of the cloud, as the Windows Azure platform will provide the enterprise-grade, scalable platform that TMC needs to deliver telematics in its automobiles worldwide.”

Virtual Press Conference Information

About Toyota

Founded in 1937, TMC (NYSE “TM”) is a global automotive company with production in 27 countries and sales in more than 170 countries. Founded in 2000 as a wholly owned subsidiary of TMC, Toyota Media Service is a consumer IT service provider for Toyota automotive customers that actualizes the connected, in-car experience.

About Microsoft

Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential.

Here Are 10 Chrome Flags That Will Improve Your Web

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Chrome is known for its simplicity and speed. Despite this, there are a lot of extra tools under the hood. This includes several experimental features that can be accessed through special Chrome Flags.

Considering these are all test features that might not even make it to the stable version of Chrome, bugs are expected. Nonetheless, if you are willing to go through the occasional hiccup, some enable an improved browsing experience. Let’s take a look at some of our favorites.

Also read: How to download and install Chrome

What is a Chrome Flag?

Chrome Flags are experimental features Google hasn’t released yet, but you can access and try. Just remember these aren’t ready for an official release just yet. This means they may not work very well all of the time. You may encounter the occasional hiccup, bug, or crash.

How to access the Chrome Flags page:

Open Chrome.

Type the following in the address bar: “chrome://flags/” (without quotation marks).

Press Enter.

You are in!

There are two primary tabs on the page: Available and Unavailable. Some of these experimental features are only available on specific devices. You can’t use features made for Android on devices like a laptop, for example.

How to enable a Chrome Flag:

Once you find yourself within the Chrome Flags page, go ahead and search for the Chrome Flag you want to try out.

Select Enabled.

You’ll need to relaunch Chrome most of the time. Hit Relaunch if the option shows up.

Note: These instructions were put together using a Pixel 7 Pro running Android 13. These steps are identical across all Chrome browsers, though. The same steps will work on desktop and iOS.

Are Chrome Flags safe?

Once in the Chrome Flags settings, you will see a warning message telling you about the dangers of using them. This is because experimental features can cause issues and hiccups in the browser. They are usually not too unstable, but some can be. Regardless, you can easily disable them.

How to disable Chrome Flags:

Access the Chrome Flags settings as directed in the previous section.

Find the experimental Chrome Flag you want to disable.

Select the drop-down menu and select Disabled.

Alternatively, you can press the button in the top-right corner that says Reset all to disable all of them.

You’ll need to relaunch Chrome most of the time. Hit Relaunch if the option shows up.

The best Chrome Flags:

Editor’s note: We’ll regularly update this list with new Chrome Flags. All instructions in this post were put together using a custom PC running Windows 11 and Chrome version 107.0.5304.107.

Smooth Scrolling

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

Ever notice your scrolling stutter or that it can get a bit sluggish? There could be many reasons it’s happening, but this Chrome Flag will likely improve the situation. Search for “Smooth Scrolling” in the search bar and enable the feature. It’s a great feature Android users should enable, but you can also use it on Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS.

Auto Dark Mode for Web Contents

Dark Mode is pretty cool, both aesthetically and for eye comfort reasons. If you are also a fan of it, you want all website content to support it. Sadly, not all websites cooperate, but a secondary option forces the option on all websites.

Open the Chrome Flags page and search for “Auto Dark Mode for Web Contents.” Enable the feature through the drop-down menu next to it.

Show autofill predictions

Nobody likes filling out forms, so Google simplifies this process using autofill. Still annoying? You can automatically have Chrome autofill form information by enabling the “Show autofill predictions” feature.

Search for “Show Autofill Predictions” and enable the feature using the drop-down menu to the right.

Live Caption

Some video players and websites offer captions, but this isn’t a universal feature. Those who want transcripts for all recognized words in media can use the Live Caption Chrome Flag.

Search for “Live Caption” and enable it.

GPU Rasterization

Is Chrome simply not fast enough for you? We know how you can harness the full power of your computer to speed things up. There’s a trick, though; you need to have a dedicated GPU for this one to make any improvements to Chrome’s performance. GPU Rasterization allows Chrome to take some of the workload off the CPU and have your GPU take care of it.

Here’s how to do it. Search for “GPU rasterization” and enable the feature using the drop-down menu.

Next: How to speed up Chrome


Using Chrome flags is safe, but it can make your experience a bit buggy. The team also warns you could lose data and compromise privacy. This is just Google being careful, though. The worse that can usually happen is that you’ll need to relaunch Chrome and turn off a Chrome flag, if anything goes wrong.

Chrome flags are experimental features the Google team is testing. The team will make these official Chrome features once they are in good working order, if they are deemed worthy. This isn’t always the case, though. Additionally, Chrome flags are often killed.

You can use Chrome flags on both mobile and desktop browsers, but not all Chrome flags are available on every device. Some are desktop or mobile-specific. However, Chrome will separate unavailable flags and put them into the Unavailable tab.

Are you looking for other Chrome tips to improve your experience? We have more content to help you out. Let’s start with a list of our best Chrome tips and tricks.

10 Companies That Are Hiring Business Intelligence Professionals In India

Companies like Deloitte, Dell, and EA are hiring business intelligence analysts

Business intelligence is an important aspect of digital transformation.

1. Consultant – Business Intelligence

Company – Deloitte Location – Hyderabad Seniority level – Associate Job Summary The Business Intelligence Services practice at Deloitte consists of highly trained investigators with extensive commercial and public sector experience in conducting in-depth investigations in the context of due diligence, fraud, asset searches, litigation support, and other matters. Responsibilities

Conduct background investigations.

Pre-Transaction Due Diligence including background investigations of Executives and their companies.

Access a broad range of open source information and public records.

Obtaining objective and detailed information about the third party.

Asset Searching and Tracing.

Investigating the backgrounds of opposing parties in order to help focus litigation strategy, etc.


Either MBA with 1-2 years of work experience in research or BA LLB or equivalent degree

Exceptional Research, Writing, and Analytic skills.

Professional demeanor and strong communication skills, both written and oral

Ability to effectively summarize legal records, media articles, and Internet websites and/or posts.

Strong grammar skills and command of the English language.

Proficiency with MS Office (Excel, Word, and PowerPoint) & Internet search strategies.

Preferred qualifications

Experience with domestic and international public records, databases, and Internet sources. 1+ years of investigative experience with a private investigative firm or equivalent professional services firm

Fluent in reading, writing, and speaking a foreign language is highly desired (including, but not limited to Spanish, Chinese, or Russian).

Flexibility regarding potential international travel requirements for client service projects.

2. Senior Business Intelligence Analyst

Company: Noon Location: Gurugram Seniority level: Mid-senior level Responsibilities

Identifying the problem, and structuring it to deliver the desired outcomes independently.

Build, develop and maintain data models, reporting systems, dashboards, and performance metrics.

Manage and optimize processes for data intake, validation, mining, and engineering as well as modeling, visualization, and communication outputs.

Interpret and report results for various growth aspects to relevant stakeholders.

Assist the Marketing team in leveraging data for effective decision-making.


Excellent analytical skills and problem-solving capabilities.

Advanced Excel/Google Sheets knowledge.

Knowledge of Programming Languages – R/Python preferred.

Experience in the e-commerce industry is preferred but not mandatory.

Individuals with a strong desire and passion for e-commerce.

A dedicated individual who has the drive to constantly learn and come up with new ideas.

An individual who has strong problem-solving and team skills.

An individual who works collaboratively and is comfortable working in a dynamic and fast-paced environment.

Avid curiosity and passion to take on tough challenges.

Ability to multitask and work on a diverse range of requirements.

3. Senior Data Analyst – Business Intelligence

Company: Grofers Location: Gurugram Seniority level: Mid-senior level Responsibilities

Own top-level company metrics that act as a single source of truth for the core performance of the business.

Collaborate with business teams to understand their requirements and propose holistic solutions.

Take ownership of the development of such solutions, including planning, execution, communication, and adoption of the tools developed.

Guide the development of insightful reports and dashboards that allow the organization to transfer to data-driven governance.

Act as a subject matter expert in all facets of building warehouse models, including architecture, storage, interaction with BI, etc.


4-7 years of experience in creating structured Fact-Dimension based Data Warehouses, including building from the ground up.

Experience working with a variety of data formats (SQL, NoSQL, XML, and JSON) and transforming them into a relational database structure.

Expertise with OLAP SQL Databases like AWS Redshift and knowledge of optimizations best practices etc. Knowledge of Big Data technologies (Hadoop, Hive, Spark, Impala) is a bonus.

Ability to optimize ETL processes by using incremental loading to create fact/summary tables.

Experience with job orchestrators like Airflow, knowledge of best practices.

Knowledge and experience with creating and maintaining visualizations on BI Tools like. Tableau, PowerBI, etc.

The development of Python tools to facilitate data analysis, knowledge of R or Java is a bonus.

Debugging and trouble-shooting expertise.

Passion for solving challenges demonstrated innovative thinking and problem-solving skills.

Strong analytical skills; Understanding of Finance, Economics, or Management Control is a big plus.

Attention to detail with a drive for results.

4. Business Intelligence and Analytics Visualization Analyst

Company: Boston Consulting Group Location: New Delhi Seniority level: Associate Job Summary As a member of the team, you will interact extensively with a diverse range of stakeholders from across the business, both geographically and functionally. The role sits within the overall Global Financial Planning & Analysis team, coordinating and working with the company’s Analysis, Planning, and Reporting teams will play a large part in this role. Responsibilities The Business Intelligence & Analytics Visualization Analyst will work as an integral part of an agile team. You will be responsible for developing, enhancing, and maintaining a suite of dashboard products that will be leveraged globally by BCG’s business leaders and executive teams. Working as part of an agile team, this role will interact with the business to understand use cases, create prototypes, iterate on the design and launch of digital reporting and analytic products. Qualifications

3-5+ years Tableau Development experience required (Tableau certification is preferred as either Qualified Associate or Certified Professional).

Hands-on experience designing, developing, implementing, and supporting dashboard reporting solutions

Experience supporting an analytics transformation including profiling legacy reporting and providing next-generation solutions that simplify the end-user experience while providing greater insights.

Knowledge and understanding of designing and implementing report security solutions both within tableau server and database-level security concepts.

Experience with data preparation tools including Alteryx and Tableau Prep and basic proficiency in SQL language to access and profile data required.

Exposure to additional data visualization tools including PowerBI and Looker.

Basic finance knowledge of financial statements including P&L, Balance Sheet, etc. is preferred.

Experience working with agile development methodologies and ceremonies.

5. Business Intelligence Analyst

Company: Cotiviti Location: Telangana Seniority Level: Associate Responsibilities

Performs ETL functionality in support of reporting.

Performs Data Modeling and develops Data Warehousing solutions.

Performs technical troubleshooting, code debugging, and problem-solving for custom-built data warehousing solutions.

Assists in implementing effective business analytics practices that drive improved decision-making, efficiency, and performance.

Communicate with non-technical business users to determine specific business requirements for reports and business intelligence solutions.

Communicates regularly with technical, applications, and operational staff to ensure database integrity, security, and optimized performance at the application and database level.

Identifies, communicates, and resolves data quality and data reconciliation issues.

Participates in and supports all planning and problem resolutions.

Performs independent audits and reviews and validates databases to ensure data integrity.

Develops and enforces standards and procedures for the storage and retrieval of institutional data.


Strong analytical and troubleshooting skills.

Knowledge of SQL and data warehousing concepts.

Experience with Oracle SQL and PL/SQL.

Strong SQL scripting abilities and understanding of complex stored procedures, views, data aggregation/manipulation through table join/queries, database design, normalization, and denormalization techniques.

Demonstrated detailed knowledge of BI areas including ETL design, analytics, and reporting.

Experience with visualization tools such as Tableau and/or MicroStrategy.

Possesses strong oral and written communication skills, clearly and accurately communicating complex and/or technical information to both technical and non-technical audiences.

Self-motivated; able to work within a project-based environment.

Ability to work in a team and agile environment.

A Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field.

2-3 years in business intelligence and data warehousing environments.

2-3 years of experience with ETL processes and tools.

6. Business Intelligence Analyst

Company: GSK Location: Bengaluru Job Summary Once selected,  you will partner with the VEO Operations group to drive highly efficient and effective reporting and dashboarding across VEO. You will have to take the lead accountability for the development and maintenance of the VEO reporting hub, from concept to delivery, and drive operational excellence in reporting and analytics within VEO. Responsibilities

Develop a good understanding of the VEO business and VEO data model.

Understand the fundamentals of the data sources:

What systems does VEO interface with?

How is the data pulled from these systems?

How can the pull from each system get automated and (eventually) integrated to form the comprehensive baseline data set?

Build VEO reports and dashboards.

Embrace newer BI technologies such as Power BI to bring a modern look and feel to reporting and dashboards.

Take complete accountability for the generation and accuracy of the raw meta-data required for the VEO activity tracker data generation. Ensure the transformed data is then represented accurately using the available tools (Power BI, Excel, etc).

Proactively identify areas of improvement for reporting and analytics within VEO, especially during key business-critical periods such as PIB or year-end summaries.

Understand and resolve data quality issues encountered by VEO and provide highly interactive reporting capabilities to profile and resolve these.

Build Forms to allow end-user request submissions e.g. the NSR template.


Bachelors/Masters degree in Business, Science, Finance.

Highly effective communicator to be able to deliver clear and effective messages orally and in writing to a variety of stakeholders from peers and project teams to senior management.

Ability to work independently and manage large sets of data and find meaningful inferences, collating and analyzing complex or diverse information skillfully, and conceptualizing solutions and alternatives.

Deep understanding of database structure, data connection/joins, and keys.

Flexible thinker

Self-starter is willing to seek out solutions and ask appropriate questions to further their knowledge.

Strong team player and contributor to teamwork and team initiatives

Knowledge of the principles of quality, safety, risk management, and compliance (ICH and GCP).

Ability to understand and appreciate the value of diverse perspectives and drive innovative solutions to complex problems.

Business or study operations experience.

Excellent interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish and maintain good working relationships with peers, colleagues, and management.

Ability to work across boundaries and drive the integration of new ways of working.

Good organizational, time planning, and prioritization skills.

Preferred skills

Power BI (Advanced)

PowerApps and Power Automate



Advanced Excel

7. Business Intelligence Senior Analyst

Company: Dell Technologies Location: Bengaluru Job Summary Responsibilities

Deep dive and correlate data, formulate conclusions and provide summary overviews to business leadership.

Supervise trends and elevate issues accruing due to data variances.

Interact with customers to set expectations regarding report availability and SLAs.

Generate reports and recommendations based on analysis and proactively communicate status to the customer.

Exercise considerable judgment and take initiative in assignments to resolve problems and make recommendations and resolutions.


Expertise and experience using the following tools & technologies:

Intermediate knowledge/experience with warehousing/big data environments: Teradata, Hadoop, GreenPlum etc.,

Intermediate knowledge/experience with relational databases: Microsoft SQL Server (T-SQL, SSIS, SSAS), Oracle, MemSQL etc.,

Intermediate knowledge/experience with Microsoft products: Excel, PowerPoint, PowerBI.

Ability to build reports and perform analytics.

2 to 5 years of related experience in a professional role.

8. Business Intelligence and Analytics Lead

Company: BARC India Location: Mumbai Seniority level: Mid-senior Responsibilities

Work and communicate closely with the partnership team in understanding the insight needs of the organization and its clients.

Work closely with Market Analytics and partnerships by providing understandings, generated through raw level data, of the reason for shifts in viewing for various data queries generated through the BARC membership.

Oversee and manage the development of insight white papers, presentations, and reports generated through raw level data ensuring that BARC continues to provide value added insight to its stakeholders.

Support Vigilance in the analysis of suspected households.

Developing rich and deep understandings of various forms of syndicated and non-syndicated viewership data.

Qualification 7-10 years of experience in the research and Analytics industry  

9. Lead Business Intelligence Analyst

Company: Electronic Arts (EA) Location: Hyderabad Job Summary You will lead a small team of analysts and will be the driving force for analytics in Pogo. You will report to the Live Services Lead and will be part of the product team. You are a sharp , curious person who has a passion for diving into data and building models to understand how players are interacting with our games & features. You will produce insights that will help guide design on games, platform and live services to improve acquisition, retention, and monetization for Pogo. Responsibilities

You will lead and mentor analysts, providing guidance on technical and communication skills for their analyses and projects.

Establish and grow the skills and practices in your team to create an outstanding analytics function.

Blend analytical rigor with product knowledge to accomplish deep dives (as needed) and deliver actionable recommendations for product teams.

Using various analysis techniques, model trends in our data to predict the ways in which new content, features and campaigns will affect the economy, performance, and our player experience.

Develop analysis frameworks to measure and evaluate the impact of features, systems, and promotions.

Use exploratory data analysis techniques to identify meaningful relationships, patterns, or trends from complex data sets and validate your results.

Develops player clusters based on behavioral patterns, which will be used to customize features and content and improve the player experience.

Translate problems into structured analyses or data products that directly create actionable insights that maximize value.

Partner with engineers and feature owners to design and set up robust telemetry for Pogo that enables high-quality analysis and reporting.

Ensure a high degree of rigor and quality in all projects and ensure that processes are adopted and best practices are shared.


BA or BS in Economics, Mathematics, Statistics, or related fields.

5+ years experience in an analytics role using data to help guide decisions, preferably a consumer products-oriented industry – gaming, social networks or entertainment is preferred.

3+ years hands-on experience in data mining, machine learning, or statistical modeling.

2+ years of people management experience.

Experience analyzing very large (web scale), complex, multi-dimensional data sets.

Experience with visualisation and analytics tools such as Tableau and Google Analytics.

SQL skills, including experience querying complex data sets on a platform such as Redshift.

Experience presenting to people at various levels of business and technical expertise, including the ability to simplify difficult technical concepts.

10. Business Intelligence Analyst

Company: Schneider Electric Location: Bengaluru Seniority level: Associate Responsibilities

Lead marketing value report production in order to support marketing teams using Business Intelligence tools.

Lead lifecycle management (PM0, O2, GRT, COS, PIM, ORLM).

Lead digitalization offers data and contributes to offering master data.

Deploy and animate tools and platforms to process data and support marketing and strategy teams.

Manage high quality up-to-date item master data, taking care of all the evolutions of new launches.

Ensure on time and high-quality data extraction from ERP systems to enable management reporting on commercial performance every month.

Be the champion of various transformative processes: annual offer optimization (killing part numbers that don’t sell), vitality index and others.

Formulating presentations for status reporting, and sharing recommendations with Senior Management is a key part of the role.


Engineering, Technology or Business degree with 5+ years of experience in business, marketing or business intelligence.

Digital acumen – able to understand and integrate a variety of digital tools (databases, excel documents) to produce a synthetic analysis.

Expert in the usage of Excel, including the ability to use excel functions and macros and proficient in other digital tools. SQL programming ability is a benefit.

Knowledge of Schneider Electric is a strong benefit.

Data analytics skills as well as synthetical presentation skills (written and verbal). Ability to present to executives within an external to the company.

Structured & organized; able to build realistic and actionable plans to improve and deliver on business reporting.

Team Player – passionate and dynamic leader with the energy and ability to obtain alignment and work effectively across a complex, global matrix organization. Team Builder – able to motivate and gather across key initiatives.

Accustomed to fast-changing, complex and ambiguous environments.

Autonomous & takes initiatives.

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