INFORMS Analytics Conference
Dan Rosanova to speak at 2014 INFORMS Conference on Business Analytics
Date : April 1, 2014
Dan Rosanova to speak at 2014 INFORMS Conference on Business Analytics

This is the Premier Conference on Business Analytics and Operations Research that has earned a reputation for top-quality presentations by practitioners and academics on applying analytic methods. 

  • Get a broad, practical introduction to descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics.
  • Learn from the best of high-impact operations research applications.
  • Refresh your analytical skills and update your professional toolkit.
  • Learn “soft skills” that are critical to persuading decision makers to rely on analytics and users to implement analytics
  • Meet experts and colleagues to share topics on applying analytics to solve real-world problems.

Dates: Sunday March 30 2014 - Tuesday April 01 2014
Location: Westin Boston Waterfront, Boston

To find out more visit: Analytics 2014


2014 INFORMS Analytics Conference
Dates: Sunday March 30 2014 - Tuesday April 01 2014
Location: Westin Boston Waterfront, Boston
Country: United States of America (USA)
State: (USA) Massachusetts
URL: Analytics 2014
Sponsor: INFORMS
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