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Video: How Can Predictive Analytics Help Avoid $1.2 Million in IT Costs?

 

This speaker session is from Predictive Analytics World for Business, October, 5–9, 2014 in Boston, MA:

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 Scott Lancaster, a VP at State Street, is part of the Application Development & Maintenance Governance in their IT organization and leads Performance Analytics and Estimation Center of Excellence along with other program management responsibilities. Prior to his current role he worked in the Basel II PMO using analytics to manage the critical path. Before working for State Street, Scott worked for IBM/Rational as project manager, software services consultant, and technical field sales specialist where he assisted Fortune 500 clients in deploying improved software development and business processes. Scott began his interest in predictive analytics and estimation over

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