- When: Mar 18, 2013 08:30 - Mar 21, 2013 18:00
Timezone: (GMT-5) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
- Where: Toronto / North America
- Registration: Click Here for Details
Predictive Analytics World 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
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.