ACP: Insight Analyst ensures you have the expertise to align Insight with your business Key Business Requirements (KBRs) and effectively leverage Insight to better understand site activity and visitor behavior.
By earning the ACP: Insight Analyst credential, you can prove your expertise in using the latest version of the solution. Becoming an ACP: Insight Analyst professional can help you differentiate yourself in today's competitive job market, broaden your employment opportunities by displaying your advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential.
For employers, the Insight Analyst certification verifies that your employees have a clear understanding of both the concepts and the value of Insight and a focus on impacting their online business with the tool.
This exam measures your Insight knowledge and skills of the topics listed below.
Audience(s): Experienced Insight users, business analysts
Type: Proctored exam offered at the end of the three-day Adobe Training Services Analyst Training course
Certification consists of achieving the minimum passing score on a test that contains multiple-choice, short answer, and performance questions. Some questions include screenshots of the Insight interface, and may require the test taker to recreate the environment using an Insight workspace.
Time: The certification exam has a time limit of 180 minutes.
Passing Score: The minimum passing score for the Insight Analyst certification is 75%.
Number of Questions: 68 questions (worth from one to 10 points each).
To help you prepare for this exam, Adobe Training Services recommends that you have hands-on experience with the product and that you use the following training resources.
Training: Attend the Adobe Certified Professional Analyst: Insight course, provided by Adobe Training Services. The three-day course provides in-depth training and Adobe Certified Professional (ACP) credentials for business analysts who want to become expert end users of Insight. It begins with an introduction to the architecture, core concepts, and terminology and data structures. Next, it moves into a comprehensive overview of the entire user interface, including all tabs, thumbnails / workspaces and contextual menus.