Tag: text mining

Jonathan Hornby 0
Retention and Growth

We’ve all heard the notion that it costs more to acquire a customer than to retain one. There are few that can beat the communications industry where it can cost up to 15 times more to acquire a customer. Last week I read countless stories about the latest and greatest

Tapan Patel 0
More from Predictive Analytics World

Attending the Predictive Analytics World (PAW) Conference is truly a rewarding experience. Compliments go to Eric Siegel and the conference organizers for assembling such an interesting cast of case studies and speakers. Day 2 kicked off with a key note from Kim Larsen from Charles Schwab & Co. on net

Waynette Tubbs 1
If only you knew what I was thinking …

Manya Mayes, a Solutions Architect and Chief Text Mining Strategist at SAS, just gave a wonderful presentation about using SAS Text Miner with SAS Content Categorization. Both products have been used successfully by SAS customers for some time. But Manya and our clients are now using them to solve old

Anne Milley 1
Text Analytics Summit - Day 2:

Wow--attending the 5th annual Text Analytics Summit was truly an enriching experience. My compliments to Seth Grimes and the conference organizers for convening such interesting speakers and content. Day 2 started with Sue Feldman and Hadley Reynolds of IDC. Key takeaways from their keynote, Text Analytics Market Report: Think about

Alison Bolen 5
Is it too late for a 2009 predictions post?

I asked around for some 2009 predictions and meant to post them here a few weeks ago, but time got away from me. We still have 11 and 1/3 months left of the year, so I don't think it's too late to predict. Do you? My colleague in external communications,

Alison Bolen 2
What's better than enterprise search? Text mining.

Last week I saw a slide from a customer presentation that said 85 percent of that company's data is unstructured data. This isn't usual, either. But what does it mean? First and foremost, it means the data we're all collecting at unprecedented rates is no longer stored strictly in spreadsheets