Business Intelligence & Advanced Analytics Networking Happy Hour
BI Networking Happy Hour at West Monroe Partners
Date : September 11, 2014 Time : 05:00 PM CST
Let's Connect - Please join us for our third Business Intelligence & Advanced Analytics Professionals Networking Event!
Location:
Chicago

We’re hosting another Business Intelligence & Advanced Analytics gathering! It is our pleasure to invite you to this exclusive networking opportunity. Relax, meet with your colleagues and fellow professionals, and learn about the exciting areas of growth and opportunity in Business Intelligence, information management and predictive analytics. Our team will be giving a brief demo of Azure Machine Learning and Matt Rager will be discussing a few of our exciting new projects.

When:Thursday, September 11th 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Where: 
West Monroe Partners at 222 W. Adams St.  11th Floor, Chicago, IL 60606

Please register now and let us know if you will be able to attend. RSVPs need to be received no later than Friday, September 5th. If you have any questions about the event please contact us.

Click here to learn more about West Monroe's Advanced Analytics practice.


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