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PASS Business Analytics Conference to Feature Steven Levitt, Top Experts
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Posted by: KBlomstrom on Friday, January 25, 2013

Award-winning economist Dr. Steven D. Levitt, co-author of the best-selling book Freakonomics and its sequel SuperFreakonomics, will keynote at the inaugural PASS Business Analytics Conference in Chicago, April 10-12, leading an all-star speaker lineup from across the world of business analytics.

The full program for the PASS Business Analytics Conference is now live, with over 60 sessions by top Microsoft and community experts on the hottest topics around data discovery, data exploration and visualization, predictive analytics, content management and architecture, collaboration, information strategies, and more.

Over 1,200 business analysts, data scientists, architects, and business analytics/business intelligence practitioners are expected to take part in the 2-day conference. From learning best practices and developing new connections with peers and experts to walking away with a deeper and broader understanding of Microsoft’s collaborative BA platform – Excel, SharePoint, Azure, Hadoop, Parallel Data Warehouse, and SQL Server – check out the top reasons to attend the BA Conference.

Dr. Levitt’s Day 2 keynote and a Day 1 kickoff by Microsoft will punctuate a full schedule of technical sessions, customer and partner presentations, an exhibit hall showcasing the latest partner solutions, evening receptions, and networking opportunities designed to give attendees the contacts, tools, and expertise they need to get the most out of their organization’s data and information.

You can learn more about the PASS Business Analytics Conference at http://passbaconference.com and save $200 when you register by Friday, Jan. 25.




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