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Explaining analytics with Jeff Zeanah

July 22, 2015
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One of the most important skills for data scientists and business analytical professionals is communications. If decision makers and managers don't understand what the numbers mean -- results won't turn into action. Jeff Zeanah, President of Z Solutions, Inc. has been presenting on the topic of speaking “analytics” for many

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Top 3 reasons to attend Analytics 2015 in Las Vegas

June 30, 2015
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I’m not a big gambler, but there is something I would put my money on – analytics. Analytics is helping companies turn information into value. And yes, I mean money. If you want to learn about the latest analytics trends and get in on some of that “value” – attend

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2 days. 2 exams. 2 SAS certifications.

June 24, 2015
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In just one weekend Shang-Hua Wu went from a SAS user to a super SAS user by getting not just one, but two SAS certifications – SAS Certified Base Programmer and SAS Certified Advanced Programmer. Wu wanted to earn his certifications to position himself for new career opportunities in the

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Using customer intelligence to increase your bottom line

March 7, 2014
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Customer intelligence (CI) is critical for companies today. It can help you stay ahead of your competitors by giving you the right information to attract customers. Dr. Christophe Muse can teach you how to adopt new analytical and data-mining technique...
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Analytics 2013 Orlando – that’s a wrap!

November 8, 2013
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The Analytics Conference series wrapped its last event of the year in Orlando and, as promised, there was plenty to take in during the two-day event. Now what? You can watch all the highlights, including full keynotes, on demand! Among the keynote pres...
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How analytics is taking over business

November 1, 2013
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I had the chance to interview Natalie Kortum and Jack Chen of Dell at the Analytics 2013 conference in Orlando about how analytics is taking over business today and in the future. They both think we’ll see some big changes in the next five years. One...
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Saving lives in the emergency dept. with analytics and forecasting

October 25, 2013
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Reacting to the demand in the rapidly changing environment of an emergency department can be a major challenge. Frequent mismatches between patient need and the health care professionals available to provide that care can result in significant human an...
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How companies can benefit from econometrics

October 22, 2013
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Econometrics is all about explaining the “why” for companies. For example, companies may want to know, “why are my customers leaving?” so they can win them back. Ken Sanford of SAS, known as the econometrics evangelist, is presenting at Analyti...
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