D.C. to Host First Data Mining Summit

dc.internet.com Staff

Updated · Jan 24, 2002

The Washington, D.C., area will be the site of the first North American Data Mining Summit, a June 3-4 conference where industry leaders present the latest in data mining trends and technology. The summit will be hosted by SPSS Inc. , a provider of predictive technology based in Reston, Va.

The event is geared to all levels of users from the novice to the most advanced and will feature an array of speakers and workshops covering current and future applications and trends. The conference's four session tracks include data mining concepts and applications, increasing customer lifetime value, Web mining, and public sector data mining applications.

Keynote speakers and presentations include:

  • Melinda Nykamp, Nykamp Consulting, “Put the `C' Back in CRM: Increasing Your Customer IQ”;
  • Michael Schiff and Andrew Braunberg, Current Analysis Inc., “Data Mining – Overview and Market Trends”; and
  • Dr. Richard D. DeVeaux, Williams College, “Data Mining: Where Do We Start?”

  • The registration fee for the North American Data Mining Summit is $1,000 for conference only or $1,499 to sign up for the conference and post-conference training, if registered before March 29; and $1,200 for conference or $1,699 for conference and post-conference training, after March 29. All conference sessions, meals and social events are included in the conference price. To register or for more details visit the SPSS Data Mining Summit Web site.

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