Here are five reasons you don’t want to miss it:
1 – See case studies and presentations from large organisations and Fortune 100 companies currently deploying predictive analytics such as the BBC, dunnhumby, the Economist, ENERGEX, GlaxoSmithKline, Hewlett Packard, HM Revenue & Customs, ING Belgium, Just Giving, Lloyds TSB, OTTO group, Paychex, the Royal Bank of Scotland, United Group Holdings and US Bank.
2 – Be inspired by keynotes and special feature sessions from industry experts such as John Elder, Elder Research Inc., Geert Verstraeten, Python Predictions, Nicholas Radcliffe, Stochastic Solutions and Eric Siegel, Conference Programme Chair of Predictive Analytics World.
3 – Become a source of knowledge for your organisation by learning more about churn modelling, demand forecasting, operational analytics, risk management, social data, text analytics, uplift modelling and the deployment of predictive analytics in areas such as financial services, human resource retention, non-profit fundraising and supply chain management.
4 – Expand your network and share ideas with industry experts during networking breaks, lunches and the evening reception; as part of Data Driven Business Week, you’ll have access to an even larger group of business analytics experts. Companies already registered to attend the event include Accenture, American Express, Autonomy, the British Council, British Gas, BSkyB, Cathay Pacific Airways, Chelsea Football Club, Dell, Deloitte, Domino’s Pizza, E.ON, Financial Times, Irish Life, Oxfam, Paddy Power, PayPal, Thomas Cook, Totaljobs and TUI
5 – Learn from the best at an intensive one day workshop, “The Best and the Worst of Predictive Analytics”, given by industry expert Dr John Elder. Hurry though as tickets to this optional one day workshop on Friday, 2nd December are running out fast.