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Decision Management related events Fall 2011

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This is an update of an earlier post on Decision Technology Events for October 2011

There are a number of great events related to Decision Management themes and technology platforms this Fall.  Here’s my list so far:

  • Computerworld BI & Analytics Perspectives 2011, 18-20 September, Phoenix, AZ @BIAPCW
    I am giving the opening keynote “From Business Intelligence to Predictive Analytics” and  moderating a panel on “Harnessing the Power of Unstructured Data, Mobile BI and Social Media – Hype or Real Value?”
  • Teradata Partners Conference and Expo 2-6 October, San Diego, CA #TDPUG11
    This is a great conference for anyone using or considering Teradata. I assume that this year there will be a solid set of presentations on Aster Data as well given Teradata’s acquisition. Sadly I won’t be able to make it.
  • SAS Forum Netherlands 5 October, Amsterdam, NL #SASFNL11
    SAS Netherlands annual forum with speakers on the 5th and a variety of pre- and post-conference tutorials. I am speaking on the power of decisions in analytics.
  • IM2011, From Information to Decisions 12 October, Copenhagen;
    A major European BI conference that is focusing on decisions and the importance of decision-making this year. I will be giving the closing keynote in Copenhagen – “From Business Intelligence to Decision Management
    This also runs 29 September, Stockholm;26 October, Oslo; 10 November, London
  • Predictive Analytics World New York 17-21 October, New York @pawcon
    The best event for those of you interested in predictive analytics – not an academic conference but a very practical one with something to offer those looking to get started and those trying to improve their current practices.
    I am giving a workshop on Decision Management and a presentation on Next Generation Claims systems. I am also participating in a panel on Predictive Marketing at the eMetrics (@emetrics) event running in parallel. Try DMSBP for a 15% discount on the two day pass at Predictive Analytics World and EMOSSPEAK for a 10% discount at eMetrics.
  • Rules Fest 2011 23-27 October, Burlingame @RulesFest
    Developers Conference for Reasoning Technologies “a technical conference geared toward software developers, engineers, programmers and architects who create solutions to complex computing problems using  rule-engines, constraint-solvers, and other such building-blocks of practical artificial intelligence (AI).”
    Two keynote speeches will be delivered by experts in artificial intelligence – Paul Haley and  Dr. Said Tabet.
  • SAS Premuim Business Leadership Series (PBLS) 25-27 October, Orlando, FL @SASPBLS
    SAS’s big fall show, in Florida rather than Las Vegas this year. Great opportunity to hear lots of case studies and experiences presented.
  • IBM Information On Demand 23-27 October, Las Vegas #IOD11 #baforum
    IBM’s Information Management show that will likely showcase business analytics again as it did last year – both SPSS and Cognos had a significant presence. I will be participating in two sessions on Decision Management and will be signing my new book
  • Building Business Capability – 30 October – 3 November, Fort Lauderdale, FL @BBCapability @BRForum
    Three co-located conferences Business Rules Forum, Business Analysis Forum, Business Process Forum. The Business Rules Forum 2011 Theme is Achieving True Business Agility. Business Rules Forum is the most established and largest business rules event  – “The Business Rules Forum™ is the premier Conference dedicated to Business Rules and Decisioning world-wide, Find out about how your organization can come to grips with rapid change, massive customization, and compliance in a truly scalable, traceable, manageable manner.”
    I am giving a workshop on using Decision Management to maximize the value of business rules, moderating the business rules vendor panel and giving a presentation on Beginning with the decision in mind. Contact me if you would are interested in one of my discounted tickets (3 available).

And that usually wraps it up for the season.

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