PAW: Reports from the Feb Conference – Next One in Sept

March 3, 2009
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New flash: The next Predictive Analytics World will be held September, 2009 in Boston, MA. Stay tuned for more details.

The inaugural Predictive Analytics World, February 18-19 2009, was an acclaimed success, with over 200 attendees from over 13 countries witnessing case studies from over 20 named companies that represent 11 industries. Excitement and buzz ran high as participants learned how to improve efficiency and optimize across more than 10 business applications of predictive analytics.

Here’s what people are saying about PAW – quotes, articles and many blogs are linked below.

“Predictive Analytics World was probably the best analytics conference I have attended, from a knowledge point of view, in a long time… [and] turned into my new must-go-to conference.”

“Despite limited modeling experience, I was able to draw parallels between speakers in various industries and the types of analysis we do at uShip. Everyone seemed excited to be attending despite the economy. We left San Francisco with a long list of actionable items — can’t wait to see what’s on tap for next year!”

    Michael C. Foroobar
    Sr. Associate – Strat

New flash: The next Predictive Analytics World will be held September, 2009 in Boston, MA. Stay tuned for more details.

The inaugural Predictive Analytics World, February 18-19 2009, was an acclaimed success, with over 200 attendees from over 13 countries witnessing case studies from over 20 named companies that represent 11 industries. Excitement and buzz ran high as participants learned how to improve efficiency and optimize across more than 10 business applications of predictive analytics.

Here’s what people are saying about PAW – quotes, articles and many blogs are linked below.

“Predictive Analytics World was probably the best analytics conference I have attended, from a knowledge point of view, in a long time… [and] turned into my new must-go-to conference.”

“Despite limited modeling experience, I was able to draw parallels between speakers in various industries and the types of analysis we do at uShip. Everyone seemed excited to be attending despite the economy. We left San Francisco with a long list of actionable items — can’t wait to see what’s on tap for next year!”

    Michael C. Foroobar
    Sr. Associate – Strategy, Reporting, and Analytics
    uShip.com

Articles about Predictive Analytics World:

5 Ways to Cut Costs with Predictive Analytics
Welcome to the Customer Data Revolution
Both articles by Lauren McKay, Destination CRM

Blog entries about Predictive Analytics World:

Some thoughts after attending Predictive Analytics World
James Taylor, BeyeNetwork – Includes links to 11 live event blog entries during PAW.

How Google and Facebook are using R
Michael E. Driscoll, Data Evolution

R Prominent at Predictive Analytics World
David Smith, Revolutions

What Yahoo! Knows About Social Media, Marketing, & Predictive Analytics
Lauren McKay, Destination CRM

More from Predictive Analytics World
TammiKay George, BI and the Chicken Pot Pie

Predictive Analytics World
TammiKay George, BI and the Chicken Pot Pie

More from Predictive Analytics World
TammiKay George, BI and the Chicken Pot Pie

Day one at predictive analytics world
Anne Milley, sascom voices

Day two at predictive analytics world
Anne Milley, sascom voices

It’s a Predictable World!

Immeria

Stats Man’s Corner and another by same

My comments to Predictive Analytics World – San Francisco 2009
Dennis R. Mortensen, Visual Revenue

Applying Next Generation Uplift Modeling to Optimize Customer Retention Programs
Customer Think

Survey Results: Predictive Analytics Helps Increase ROI

The Data Mining Blog