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CompTIA exams, exam EKO-001, e-Biz+. This exam covers the basic concepts, key issues and critical technologies of e-Business, giving IT and business professionals a foundation for contributing to e-Business solutions.

 

Exam #:   EKO-001

Status: Active

Time Limit: 60 min. 

Avg. Time: 39 min.

Passing Score: 67%

# of Questions: 60

Format: Form-based

Difficulty: 2

Certifications: eBiz

 

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CompTIA e-Biz+ Certification :

The CompTIA e-Biz+ certification is designed for both technical and non-technical individuals who work in an e-Business environment and possess at least 12 months of core e-business experience.

The e-Biz+ certification validates the basic concepts, key issues and critical technologies of e-Business, supplying IT and business professionals with a foundation for contributing to e-Business solutions.

 

e-Biz+ and Your Career:

The demand for skilled e-commerce professionals is significant and both candidates as well as the industry have indicated that an entry-level certification for this job function is necessary.

  

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