The following is a listing of conferences and
seminars that SAS is either sponsoring or hosting.
Highlights from SAS Global forum 2011
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Some upcoming webcasts of particular interest include:
May 18th, 2011
Self Service BI – An Inside Perspective
Part of the 2011 Applying Business Analytics Webinar Series, this session will focus on the capabilities, features and importance of SAS® Business Intelligence (BI). Jeff McDonald, PhD.,Manager of Market Analysis and Mitigation for California Independent System Operator, will give a revealing look into how the company has been using SAS BI since 2006 to optimize large volumes of stored processes to produce, distribute and archive reports.
June 15th, 2011
Analytics - An Inside Perspective
Part of the 2011 Applying Business Analytics Webinar Series, this session will focus on SAS® Analytics, and its data analysis, graphics and reporting capabilities. Tamara Gruzbarg, Director of Analytics at Gilt Groupe, will reveal how the company has been using SAS Analytics to gather, analyze and report data with the goal of knowing its customers and tailoring its marketing.
July 20th, 2011
Text Analytics - An Inside Perspective
Part of the 2011 Applying Business Analytics Webinar Series, this session will focus on the importance of text analytics as part of an overall analytics strategy to improve performance. Denise Bedford of Kent State University highlights three organizations' approaches for using text analytics to manage and capitalize on unstructured information. Learn how SAS Text Analytics help organizations create efficiencies in how information is defined, organized and utilized.
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