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Salford Systems CART Featured in the Book, Predictive Analytics: The Power to Predict Who Will Click, Buy, Lie, or Die
Eric Siegel’s “Predictive Analytics” is a nontechnical overview of modern analytics with detailed discussion of how machine learning is being deployed across all industries and in all major corporations. Eric is a hugely entertaining writer and brings with him the expertise you would expect of a Columbia University trained Ph.D. Geoffrey Moore writes that the book is “deeply informative” and Tom Peters calls the book “The most readable ‘big data’ book I’ve come across. By far”.
San Diego, November 13,2013 – Salford Systems' annual data mining training course will be available to attendees via live web-stream – making it easier than ever before for data scientists to attend its content-rich training course without the hassle of travel. Web-based attendees will follow along with the live class in San Diego on all three days of training; December 11, 12 and 13.
BOSTON, September 19, 2013 – Returning to Predictive Analytics World is an informative, skill-enhancing hands-on predictive modeling workshop titled "Supercharging Prediction: Hands-On with Ensemble Models." The workshop will be held at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston on Wednesday, October 2, 2013.
Dean Abbott, president of Abbott Analytics, will return as the instructor for this course, which is sponsored by Salford Systems. The key concepts covered during this workshop can be applied to many predictive analytics projects regardless of the software employed. During this workshop's hands-on experience, Salford System's SPM software suite will be used. The SPM software suite is a state-of-the art software package known for its capabilities in building model ensembles. A license will be made available to participants for use on that day (included with workshop registration).
Salford Customer Wins 1st Place in Prestigious Competition Using Salford Predictive Modeler Software Suite
Using the Salford Predictive Modeler ® Software Suite, DataLab has been awarded first place honors in the most recent Direct Marketing Association Analytics Challenge
San Diego, CA : The annual Direct Marketing Association (DMA) Analytic Challenge winners were announced at DMA’s &THEN event in Los Angeles, CA, naming DataLab USA as one of the First Place co-winners. This year’s competition was sponsored by the DMA and Ernst & Young and challenged teams to predict customer expected value and drive personalized customer interactions. Using the Salford Predictive Modeler (SPM) Software suite , the DataLab team built one of the most accurate models possible to predict customer expected value.
San Diego – Salford Systems, a long-time vendor of data mining software and services, welcomes in the New Year with the launch of its brand-new series of video documentation. The company has published its first two video series "How to Build a Model," and "Interpreting Your Model Performance with Cost Functions" to its international data science audience, and has scheduled more than 80 additional videos over the next six months.
Datalab USA takes first place in the 2013 Direct Marketing Association (DMA) modeling challenge with their successful use of the SPM Ultra software. Congratulations to all the winners! The complete list of modeling teams that competed can be viewed on the DMA website: http://thedma.org/blog/marketing-conferences/dma13-analytics-challenge-congrats-to-winner-datalab-usa-finalists-fractal-ampampamp-pwc/.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 24, 2013 – A fascinating and informative guest presentation entitled "The Evolution of Regression Modeling" was warmly received by the 285-person audience of the San Francisco Data Mining Meetup group on Tuesday, May 20.
Salford Systems' founder and CEO, Dan Steinberg, Ph.D., was invited to give this short history of methods used to solve regression problems after meetup Co-Organizer Todd Holloway, Ph.D., of Trulia, was impressed by the four-part webinar series that Salford Systems had given earlier in the year.