[R] Announcing: Predictive Analytics World, Feb 18-19 in San Francisco
elise at predictiveanalyticsworld.com
Sun Dec 7 05:50:07 CET 2008
I'm writing to announce a new conference: Predictive Analytics World, Feb
18-19, 2009 in San Francisco (www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com).
The goal of Predictive Analytics World is to serve as the go-to event,
covering today's commercial deployment of predictive analytics, across
industries and across software vendors. In a nutshell, PAW is a warehouse
of case studies.
And the leading enterprises have responded, signing up to tell their
stories. PAW-09 will have 25 sessions across two tracks, so you can witness
how predictive analytics is applied at 3M, Acxiom, Affiliated Computer
Services, Charles Schwab, Chase, Click Forensics, Google, Linden Lab (Second
Life), The National Rifle Association, Netflix, Pinnacol Assurance, Reed
Elsevier, San Diego Supercomputer Center, Sun, Wells Fargo Credit Card
Services, Wells Fargo Internet Services Group, and others.
"But wait, there's more!" We've also got several industry thought leaders
on the docket, including keynotes from Yahoo!'s Chief Data Officer &
Executive VP, and Amazon.com's Former Chief Scientist. And the conference
kicks off on a hot topic with conference chair Eric Siegel's keynote, "Five
Ways to Lower Costs with Predictive Analytics.”
With such a range of speakers and case studies, we’re excited about this
program - there's nothing else like it!
For more info, see:
What is predictive analytics? See the Predictive Analytics Guide:
To sign up for the PAW group on LinkedIn, see:
Let us know if you if you have any questions!
thanks --Elise Johnson, Predictive Analytics World
P.S. Available for immediate download: Free Industry Survey
Download the Rexer Analytics 2008 Data Miner Survey report, covering the
most popular software tools, which verticals have embraced modeling and
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