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Predictive Analytics World San Francisco 2015

Predictive Analytics World, March 29 – April 2, 2015, San Francisco (www.pawcon.com/sanfrancisco/2015) is the leading event for predictive analytics professionals, managers and commercial practitioners, covering today's commercial deployment of predictive analytics, across industries and across software vendors. The conference delivers case studies, expertise and resources to achieve three objectives:

Bigger Wins: Strengthen the business impact delivered by predictive analytics

Broader Capabilities: Establish new opportunities with predictive analytics

Big Data: Leverage bigger data for prediction and drive bigger value

PAW SF is set to be one of the largest cross-vendor predictive analytics events ever. The program is packed with the top predictive analytics experts, practitioners, authors and business thought leaders, including keynote addresses from: Dean Abbott, Chief Data Scientist of Smarter Remarketer; Jack Levis, Senior Director Process Management at UPS; plus a special plenary session from industry heavy-weight, Dr. John Elder, CEO & Founder of Elder Research.

Case Studies: How Leading Enterprises Do it:  Predictive Analytics World focuses on concrete examples of deployed predictive analytics. Hear from the horse's mouth precisely how Fortune 500 analytics competitors and other top practitioners deploy predictive modeling, and what kind of business impact it delivers. Click here to view the agenda at a glance.

PAW's SF 2015 program is the richest and most diverse yet, featuring over 30 sessions across 2 tracks: 1) "All Levels,” and 2) "Expert/Practitioner" -- to show you how predictive analytics is being used by Activision, Brandeis, Cisco, Decision Management Solutions, Duke Energy, Esurance, Harte Hanks, New Directions, MetLife, Nordstrom, Paychex, Rightship, Ring Central, Smarter Remarketer, Spongecell, State Street, 7-Eleven, TD Insurance, TransUnion, University of Maryland, UPS and more. 

PAW San Francisco's agenda covers hot topics and advanced methods such as advanced methods, advertising analytics, analytics applications, analytics project management, educating analytics practitioners, healthcare applications, insurance, loss prediction, marketing analytics & internal marketing of analytics, maritime vessel safety, marketing applications, predictive retail analytics, predictive resource allocation, public health / food safety, predictive claims management, sales forecasting, sales analytics, social data, supply chain management, survival analysis methods, unique data assets, uplift modeling.

THREE OTHER CO-LOCATED ANALYTICS EVENTS:

1. PAW Workforce - www.pawcon.com/workforce - cross-registration options available

2. Text Analytics World - www.tawcon.com - cross-registration options available

3. Predictive Analytics Times Executive Breakfast -  (www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/patimes/executive-breakfast/):  Join Eric Siegel, founder of Predictive Analytics World, for an eye-opening executive breakfast — witness an accessible, concrete overview of how predictive analytics drives actionable value.

WORKSHOPS: PAW also features several full-day pre- and post-conference workshops that complement the core conference program.

Attend PAW and access keynotes, sessions, workshops and expert panels delivered by industry heavyweights and senior analytics executives from some of the world’s biggest brands. The event also features a robust exposition, live demos, and unparalleled opportunities to network with your peers.

Cross-Industry Applications:

PAW is the only conference of its kind, delivering vendor-neutral sessions across a wide range of verticals, including banking, insurance & financial services, education, government, healthcare, travel & hospitality, power & energy, non-profits, and retail. In addition to the industry-specific content, PAW SF is designed to help analytics professionals from every vertical understand and act upon the common core predictive modeling technologies, similar project overhead and data requirements, and common process challenges and analytical hurdles they face.


View agenda overview: http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/2015/agenda_overview.php

For more information: http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/2015/

Registration: http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/register.php. Three Ways to Save:

  1. 1. Super Early Bird Registration by December 19, 2014 and save up to $600.

  1. 2. Take $150 off the Early Bird or the Advance Two Day Pass registration fee with this posting's promotional discount code: SAS150.

  1. 3.  Each additional attendee from the same company registered at the same time receives an extra $200 off the Two Day Pass.

What is predictive analytics? See the Predictive Analytics Guide: www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/guide

If you'd like our informative event updates, sign up at: www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/signup-us.php

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For inquiries e-mail regsupport@risingmedia.com or call 717-798-3495.

ALL PREDICTIVE ANLYTICS WORLD EVENTS:

Predictive Analytics World San Francisco - March 29-April 2, 2015 - http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/2015/

Predictive Analytics Times Executive Breakfast – April 1, 2015 - http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/patimes/executive-breakfast/

Predictive Analytics World for Workforce – March 31-April 1, 2015 - http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/workforce/2015/

Text Analytics World San Francisco – March 31-April 1, 2015 - http://www.textanalyticsworld.com/sanfrancisco/2015

Predictive Analytics World Chicago – June 8-11, 2015 – http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/chicago

Predictive Analytics World Manufacturing Chicago – June, 2015 - http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/mfg

PAW Videos: Available on-demand – www.pawcon.com/video

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