BLOOMINGTON - The Indiana University Kelley School of Business in Bloomington has launched an effort designed to help prepare students to use emerging technologies. The Digital Intelligence Initiative, created with the help of New York-based Deloitte Consulting LLP, will give students leadership and research opportunities in business analytics, cloud computing, intelligent systems, pervasive technologies and augmented reality.

Dean Idie Kesner says the partnership is part of efforts to help students "seamlessly" transition into their careers after graduation and immediately contribute. "This will help Kelley advance to the next stage of thought leadership in analytics and digital intelligence," she said. "Change is a constant and moving faster than ever. New skills will be required to participate in the digital transformation that is happening right now across industries and companies worldwide."

Deloitte Consulting LLP Principal Mark Zozulia is a Kelley graduate and says "we continue to expand our relationship with IU and Kelley because of their willingness to continuously innovate and seek new ideas from organizations like Deloitte."

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