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New Post 5/23/2009 3:29 AM
User is offline ueagirl
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Hello Everyone - newbie from Oxford UK area 

Hi Everyone I'm Heather. I live in a town between Oxford and Reading in the UK.

Is this the correct forum for the UK?I notice quite a few US residents.

I'm a career changer, I left (dare I say it) Banking and went to University as a mature student.

I've now been in Business analysis for some years and wish I'd done this earlier. But I do find my previous experience useful particularly the experience (on the other side of the fence) of having IT systems introduced in the business.

Hope to enjoy chats with all of you.

 

 
New Post 6/9/2009 1:17 PM
User is offline Adrian M.
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Re: Hello Everyone - newbie from Oxford UK area 

Hi Heather,

Welcome to the Modern Analyst community... ModernAnalyst.com is an online based community and there are no boundaries or restrictions as to who can participate.  We have members and visitors from all over the world.

As far as UK goes, we have numerous members, readers, and contributors from the UK.  We also cover UK related topics such as the ISEB certification and training.

Sincerely,

- Adrian


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