David Williams
Principal Business Advisor for CI, SAS UK

David has been working at SAS for more than 17 years, including close to 11 years as a member of the Customer Intelligence Global Practice Team. He helps and advises companies on the development and implementation of Marketing Best Practices, particularly on improving the efficiency of marketing processes. His experience covers a variety of international companies dealing in a wide range of businesses, but mainly banking, communications and media.

Viktor Szasz
Platform presales Consultant, SAS Hungary

Over the past 11 years Viktor Szász dealt with the implementation and consultancy of business analytics. He began his career as a software consultant then later as a project manager he provided different advisory services for various clients. Currently he's SAS Platform Presales Consultant at SAS Hungary

Jiri Nosal
CEO & lead consultant at Assisto Consulting Ltd

Innovator of analytics and new technology use in banking industry. Jiri Nosal (Prague, 1971) had been Board member and CRO of eBanka, one the the first internet banks in Europe. From 2002 he was acting as CRO of CSOB group (largest bank within Belgian based KBC Group) responsible for retail and SME risks for two CEE countries being Czech and Slovak republics. Also he had been supervisory board member of largest mortgage bank in Czech Republic and member of Supervisory board of Czech Credit bureau. Nosal was responsible and he was leading one of the first BII IRB solutions implemented in EU countries, also for largest lending automation projects in continental Europe being one of the base stones of Bank 3.0 kind of the approaches. Solution he was developing in past years was retail and SME customer pre approval process and analytical algorithms and models. From 2012 Nosal and his company start co-operation with SAS resulting into development of Credit Limit Optimisation (CLO) solution. From 2006 he is managing his own consultancy practice that was recently transformed into London based consultancy group.