Predictive Analytics World, March 18-21, 2013 in Toronto (www.pawcon.com/toronto/2013) is the business event for predictive analytics professionals, managers and commercial practitioners, covering today's commercial deployment of predictive analytics, across industries and across software vendors. The conference delivers case studies, expertise and resources to achieve two objectives:
• Bigger wins: Strengthen the business impact delivered by predictive analytics
• Broader capabilities: Establish new opportunities with predictive analytics
PAW Toronto is unique as it is the only conference in Canada that offers a unique perspective on analytics where both technical and business knowledge are integrated towards solving real-life business problems. PAW bridges that gap by helping technical practitioners understand the challenges facing businesses while enabling the business people more enriched content and substance in how these technologies and approaches can solve a given business problem.
PAW is also unique in that it does not focus on one functional area or industry vertical.
This broad approach has allowed PAW to explore burgeoning problems that have either a business or social impact. Some of these issues that have been discussed in previous conferences are:
• Big Data
• Net Lift
• Sport Analytics
• Insurance Risk
PAW Toronto promises to once again break records as the biggest cross-vendor predictive analytics event ever. PAW's program is packed with the top predictive analytics experts, practitioners, authors and business thought leaders, including keynote addresses from Richard Boire, Boire Filler Group, and special session from industry heavy-weight John Elder, CEO & Founder, Elder Research, Inc.
Case Studies: How the Leading Enterprises Do It
Predictive Analytics World focuses on concrete examples of deployed predictive analytics. You can hear from the horse's mouth precisely how Fortune 500 analytics competitors and other top practitioners deploy predictive modeling, and what kind of business impact it delivers.
PAW's Toronto 2013 program is one of the richest and most diverse yet, featuring over 20 sessions across 2 tracks: 1) All audiences and, 2) Expert/Practitioners so you can witness how predictive analytics is applied at leading enterprises such as Boire Filler, Broadspire, Data Insight Group, Dell, MailChimp, Monster, Paychex, Ritre, Scotiabank, TDBank and Wells Fargo.
HOT TOPICS AND ADVANCED METHODS: PAW Toronto's agenda covers hot topics and advanced methods such as Brand Analytics, Churn Modeling, Data Visualization, Financial Services, Insurance, Military, Recruitment Analytics, Retail, Spam Detection, and other innovative applications that benefit organizations in new and creative ways.
WORKSHOPS: PAW also features several full-day pre- and post-conference workshops that complement the core conference program.
Join PAW and access the best keynotes, sessions, workshops, exposition, expert panel, live demos, networking coffee breaks, reception, birds-of-a-feather lunches, brand-name enterprise leaders, and industry heavyweights in the business.
Predictive Analytics World is the only conference of its kind, delivering vendor-neutral sessions across verticals such as banking, financial services, e-commerce, education, government, healthcare, high technology, insurance, non-profits, publishing, social gaming, retail and telecommunications.
Why bring together such a wide range of endeavors? No matter how you use predictive analytics, the story is the same: Predicatively scoring customers optimizes business performance. Predictive analytics initiatives across industries leverage the same core predictive modeling technology, share similar project overhead and data requirements, and face common process challenges and analytical hurdles.
Articles and blog entries about PAW can be found at pawcon.com/pressroom.php
VENDORS. Meet the vendors and learn about their solutions, software and service. Discover the best predictive analytics vendors available to serve your needs - learn what they do and see how they compare
COLLEAGUES. Mingle, network and hang out with your best and brightest colleagues. Exchange experiences over lunch, coffee breaks and the conference reception connecting with those professionals who face the same challenges as you.
GET STARTED. If you're new to predictive analytics, kicking off a new initiative, or exploring new ways to position it at your organization, there's no better place to get your bearings than Predictive Analytics World. See what other companies are doing, witness vendor demos, participate in discussions with the experts, network with your colleagues and weigh your options!
For more information: predictiveanalyticsworld.com/toronto/2013
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ALL ANALYTICS EVENTS:
Predictive Analytics World Toronto: March 18-21, 2013 – www.pawcon.com/toronto/2013/
Predictive Analytics World San Francisco: April 14-19, 2013 - www.pawcon.com/sanfrancisco/2013/
Text Analytics World San Francisco: April 17-19, 2013 - www.textanalyticsworld.com/
Predictive Analytics World Chicago: June 10-13, 2013 - www.pawcon.com/chicago/2013/
Predictive Analytics World Government: September, 2013 - www.pawgov.com
PAW Videos: Available on-demand – www.pawcon.com/video
Official Website: http://www.predictiveanalyticsworld.com/toronto/2013
Added by EliseJ2 on November 30, 2012