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Ishmael Shu Aghanifor 

I hold a masters degree in Economics from the school of Economics and Econometrics University of Orebro, Sweden and another masters in Informatics majoring in electronic government in the school of informatics. I work as Business Development Analyst in D.B.D as part time and a skillancer in AGH-Global Solution. I have expertise in Analysis, customer and marketing analysis, Research analysis, Business Development and project Management, Assets derivatives and finance.
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Development and Business Analyst

Dec 2011

-Monitor relevant Business opportunities and Recommend actions, development of business plans etc -Identification of risks and opportunities in taking new business ventures. -Conducting market analyse, competitive analysis, regulatory requirements, and the organizational readiness to take on new business. -Research and communicating opportunities with respect to health, Development, ICT, trade and Business activities between Europe and Africa


Masters Informatics (Research)

2009 - 2011 (2 years)

Masters Economics and Econometrics, Swedish Business School

2011 - 2012 (1 year)


Human Resource and Personel Management (2009)

Jobshop and Financial Solutions

HR Policy, strategy and Management, Forecasting, Budgeting and control, Man Power Planning, Job Analysis, Job description and Work groups, Recruitment and Selection, Personnel Psychology, Effective Communication

Customer Care (2008)

Jobshop and Financial Solutions 2009

Training and development, Life time Value of customer, customer Psychology, taking care of internal and external customers, effective communication etc.


Students' perception of information systems the case of Orebro university Sweden

Abstract The objective of this work is to examine student's perception of information security in Lms and how it affects their learning. Our research question has being answered using the von Solms & Kritzinger six countermeasures within an e-learning environment adjusted into 9 concepts to fit into Örebro university's lms settings. Theoretical literature was retrieved using Webster and Watson approach while the Cynthia and Barnes approach has been used to collect, organize and analysed empirical dat