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October 2007 Archives

Ron Powell interviews Mary Grace Crissey Technology Marketing Manager and Jason Mann Manager, SCI Product Management about Data and Text Mining. The need to bring structured and unstructured data into the analytics process is the next big opportunity in the information value chain.

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Technorati Tags: Business Intelligence, Data Integration, SAS, The Power to Know, Mary Crissey


Posted October 4, 2007 9:06 AM
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As promised I have more from my day at SAS. An interview with Dan Thorpe Executive Vice President Director of Statistics and Modeling and Angela English Assistant Vice President, Corporate Communications Manager of Wachovia. Dan heads up a very interesting business unit at Wachovia, Customer Insight and Innovation Division…..does your company have this department? If not your behind the curve.

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Technorati Tags: Business Intelligence, Data Integration, SAS, The Power to Know Wachovia


Posted October 3, 2007 9:39 PM
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Wow it’s been a heck of a week I am living the life of a road warrior. Last week I had a great time in Las Vegas attending the IAIDQ event at the Palms Hotel. The line up of speakers was great and I had the opportunity to visit with friends Ekkhard, Arnt-Erik, Daragh and others from the Association. I was in Vegas Sunday – Thursday morning. Sorry I didn’t do any bloging from the event unfortunately my computer crashed.

On Thursday I flew back to Denver and left almost immediately (3 hour lay over) for Ontario California where I attended the 3rd Annual Podcast Conference and Expo as always it was a great event, but not centric to business Intelligence so I won’t get into it here. I got back to Denver at 8PM Sunday night and left again at 8AM Monday morning for Cary North Carolina the home of SAS and DataFlux.

SAS had it's annual media day today (Tuesday) and they coordinated a great line up of technology overviews and customers. Company founder/CEO Dr. James Goodnight and Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Jim Davis addressed the group. Along with Mikael Hagström Executive Vice President SAS Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia Pacific.

See the home page of the Network for news on several product releases.

Watch for podcast interviews we did at the event.

I am now off to the The Premier Business Leadership Series in Las Vegas an event hosted by SAS and aimed at executive management. It’s a great event; speakers include Sam Donaldson, Tom Davenport and others.

In total since last Sunday I have been home for 12 hours and have now logged almost 7,000 air miles. The best portion of travel was the trip to Las Vegas today on the SAS jet, a special thanks to the SAS team for the lift and the wonderful hospitality.


Posted October 3, 2007 5:39 AM
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