The Analytics Response: A series of virtual sessions around AI and Analytics and their use in the time of crisis and beyond. From the comfort of your home.
Please join us in this series of virtual sessions where we have Industry Experts and Thought Leaders address the different industries' impact of the crisis, and how Analytics and AI can play a crucial role during and post the Pandemic.
"We are working with our customers to find ways to help them serve their customers and constituents through this difficult time by helping the public sector predict the spread of the virus, ensuring strong supply chains for medical, food and retail supplies, and optimizing health care workforces and facilities." Dr.Jim Goodnight CEO SAS
Addressing the New Challenges in the Telco Industry in the Time of Crisis
Based on real-life use cases we will tackle these questions showing how SAS analytics can come to the rescue of many challenges telecom companies are faced with.
Insurance distribution in times of uncertainty: Using analytics to support best practice market conduct in the insurance industry. How to deploy machine learning to address agency gaming and mis-selling.
The decrease in Sales and average premium rates in Insurance due to the outbreak of Coronavirus puts under pressure Sales and Distribution channels and may increase internal fraud. The insurance agent remains one of the most important sales channel for many insurers and there is increased attention of insurance regulators, and the media, in poor sales practice of some of these agents. The pressure remains on insurers to detect mis-selling and agent gaming as quickly as possible; to stamp out this risk. In this seminar we’ll highlight an analytically driven approach to detect agent gaming and mis-selling, to complement existing warning processes and procedures that the insurer already has in place
Banking Session: Risk
Immediately identify and remediate COVID-19 impacts with a Risk & Finance Impact Lab
Using Analytics and AI to help Government to support outbreaks and disasters
- Contact Tracing of COVID-19 patients through investigations and Social Network analysis
- Tax and Benefits screening to screen special policies related to COVID-19 and other special initiatives
- Screening for high-value commodities to express clearance or target risky goods and commodities.
How the retail industry can embrace the new reality in demand, supply and customer experience domains
COVID-19 impact on Utilities, the role of Load Forecasting & changing imperatives of Revenue Assurance the start till recovery & beyond
With #workfromhome & #socialdistancing also being practiced by the utilities, the leadership team needs to gear up to optimize investment, build innovative grid operations & maintenance approach to keep the lights on.
Banking Session: Fraud
Combat Payment Fraud in the time of Crisis
Customer Experience Session
The Power of Digital to Bridge the Physical Distancing Gap
May 26th , 10:00 am (GMT+02:00)
Data Science Session
How SAS can assist data scientists overcome challenges compounded by remote working
Best practices in data management and machine learning can help you avoid some of these challenges and ensure your team works more effectively. SAS provides the tools you need to ensure these best practices are in place and empower data scientists by giving them more at their disposal
May 28th , 10:00 am (GMT+02:00)
Current Crisis Impact on the Different Industries and How AI & Analytics Can Address and Help During and Post the COVID-19 Pandemic
June 2020 , 12:00 pm (GMT+04:00)
SAS is more committed than ever to the belief that knowledge is empowering. As an analytics leader, we are using our most advanced technology in innovative ways to help our customers across every industry combat the coronavirus outbreak.
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