Sponsored: PAW Boston keynotes, agenda and workshops announced



Seaport World Trade Center

Sept. 27 – Oct. 1, 2015

Keynote Speakers:


Co-Founder & Chief Data Scientist of SmarterHQ

Chief Data Scientist


Chief Data Scientist

The New York Times

Co-located Events:

Predictive Analytics World for Business announces Boston program

Predictive Analytics World (PAW) for B usiness covers a wide range of business applications for predictive analytics across industry sectors including marketing, credit scoring, insurance, fraud detection, web optimization, and much more.

What’s on the Agenda?

  • 30+ sessions focused on predictive analytics in the industries of business, insurance, retail, workforce, education and more
  • 30+ speakers from Elder Research, Inc., Merkle Inc., EMC, Talent Analytics, Corp., Verizon, Metlife, State Street Corp.
  • 20+ case studies from American Savings Bank, Telenor, Johnson Controls, Halliburton, Travelers, Fidelity, Paychex
  • 7 training workshops diving into big data, R, predictive modeling, hands-on methods, & supercharging prediction
  • 3 tracks to focus your learning: All Levels, Expert/Practitioner, Financial Services
  • Networking during at the exhibit hall, reception, breaks

View the Agenda

Why Attend?
Improve your predictive analytics proficiency to achieve:

  • Bigger wins – Strengthen the impact of predictive analytics deployment
  • Broader capabilities – Establish new opportunities in data science
  • Big data – Leverage bigger data for prediction and drive bigger value

Super Early Bird Rates
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Sign up by June 26th to keep up to $650 in your pocket with super early bird rates. Save an additional $200 with each additional attendee registering from the same company at the same time.


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