|By RealWire News Distribution||
|March 18, 2014 07:16 PM EDT||
Provides opportunity to explore in-depth risk modelling with industry leaders and software experts
Risk and decision analysis software specialist, Palisade is to host one of the events in its global risk conference programme in Copenhagen for the first time. Palisade's Risk Conference is free to attend and will be held on 31 March, 2014 at the Bella Sky Comwell Hotel in Copenhagen.
Real-world case studies offering insight into managing risk and uncertainty will be presented by companies including 2L Consulting, Deloitte, The LEGO Group, Technical University of Denmark and Visual Reporting APS.
There will also be practical software training classes presented by Palisade trainers, consultants, and software engineers as well as one-to-one consulting sessions to discuss specific decision modelling challenges.
Now in their ninth year, Palisade's Risk Conferences provide an opportunity for attendees to broaden their knowledge of risk modelling, as well meet decision-making professionals in a range of industries.
More information, including feedback from attendees at previous events, and registration details are available here - www.palisade.com/2014/copenhagen
Palisade's International Risk Conference schedule for 2014 includes events in Amsterdam (3 April), Dubai (8 April), Bogatà (13 May), Madrid (20 May), Perth, Australia (19 June), Brisbane (18 September) London (7 October), Frankfurt (9 October), Johannesburg (14 October) and Melbourne (4 December).
2014 sees Palisade mark 30 years in business and each of the events will reflect this milestone.
Palisade Corporation is a software developer and solution provider that produces decision support tools for professionals in many industry sectors. The company was founded in 1984, and at present more than 150,000 people use Palisade's software in fields that range from finance to oil and mineral exploration, real estate to heavy manufacturing and pharmaceuticals to aerospace. Its software is used by more than 90 percent of Fortune Global 500 companies. Sample clients include Royal Dutch Shell, Petrobras, Procter & Gamble, PEMEX, China Minmetals, Mitsubishi, Merck, Unilever, Allianz, Total, Raytheon and BHP Billiton, as well as top business schools around the world.
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