There are only a few more days to benefit from the early bird prices for Predictive Analytics World, March 14-15, 2011 at the Marriott Marquis.

Register now for savings of $200 on a two day conference pass and $200 more if you bring along a colleague (see our Bring the Team Offer*).

Receive additional $100 savings on each full-day workshop.

Predictive Analytics World – March 14-15, 2011 Conference Highlights

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Keynotes from world-famous analytics researcher and author, Thomas Davenport and Google's Sugato Basu

Special sessions from industry heavy-weights such as Andreas Weigend and John Elder

Full day workshops covering Net Lift ModelingR for Predictive ModelingPredictive Modeling Methods and more

Over 30 sessions across 2 tracks including case studies from Bank of AmericaBank of the WestFidelityGoogleMonster.comOrbitz,PayPal/eBay, and many more – plus insights from projects for Anheuser-Busch, the Social Security Administration and Netflix.

Thomas Davenport
President's Distinguished Professor
Babson College

Sugato Basu
Senior Research Scientist

Andreas S. Weigend, Ph.D.
Former Chief Scientist

John F. Elder
CEO and Founder
Elder Research

Predictive Analytics World is part of Data Driven Business Week – March 14-15, 2011 – and will be featured as one of three co-located conferences designed to empower your business to strategize, analyze and optimize with data analytics.

PAW's agenda covers hot topics and advanced methods such as uplift modeling (net lift), ensemble models, social data (6 sessions), search marketing, crowdsourcing, blackbox trading, fraud detection, risk management, survey analysis, and other innovative applications that benefit organizations in new and creative ways.

Download the PAW Conference Preview Guide or view the Predictive Analytics World Agenda

Only this week left to take advantage of the Early Bird rate and receive $200 off your registration for Predictive Analytics World – San Francisco (March 14-15 at the Marriott Marquis)

* Additional savings of $200 on the two-day conference pass when you register a colleague at the same time.