Top 3 reasons to attend Analytics 2015 in Las Vegas


I’m not a big gambler, but there is something I would put my money on – analytics.

Analytics is helping companies turn information into value. And yes, I mean money.

If you want to learn about the latest analytics trends and get in on some of that “value” – attend the Analytics Conference Series.

The next event takes place Oct. 26-27 at the Bellagio in Las Vegas.

I’ll be attending again this year as the host of the Inside Analytics video series. Here are the three reasons why I think you should join me there.


The Analytics 2015 agenda

The agenda is still shaping up, but so far two keynotes have been announced:

  • David Pogue, Host of NOVA ScienceNow and Yahoo Tech Columnist
  • Rick Smolan, Photographer and Big Data Expert

Other session topics include:

  • Data mining
  • Forecasting
  • Data management
  • Machine Learning
  • High-performance analytics
  • Fraud

SAS training and certification

SAS training courses and certification exams will also be offered even before the conference sessions begin. Attendees can also stay for up to three days for post-conference training.

Two new additions for training this year include, Mass Scale Predictive Modeling Using SAS Factor Miner and Time Series Modeling Essentials.

The latest SAS credential, SAS Certified Visual Business Analyst, is also being offered at the conference, along with eight other exams.

How to save

I can’t resist a good deal. And there are several ways for you to save on Analytics 2015.

SAS training courses are offered at a significant discount off the standard course fees.

If you want to walk home with a shiny, new credential, SAS certification exams are fifty percent off for conference attendees.

And this last one is so good – it’s only offered for a short time. Register for the conference by Aug. 3 and receive $500 off.  If you’re a full-time student, you can attend for free. That’s right… FREE.

What happens in Vegas usually stays there. Not this time.

Register today.


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Maggie Miller

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+ Maggie Miller was formerly a communications specialist at SAS. You'll likely find her writing blogs, shooting videos and sharing it all on social media. She has nearly ten years of journalism experience that she brings to her writing to help you learn and grow with SAS. Follow on Twitter @maggiemiller0

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