|By Bob Gourley||
|June 17, 2014 07:47 PM EDT||
By Bob Gourley
On 30 July 2014 in Reston Virginia some of the greatest minds in analytics for business outcomes and mission impact will be gathering at the Hyatt Regency Reston. This event, the Analytics 2014 Forum, is being pulled together by the United States Geospatial Intelligence Foundation (USGIF) and our team at Analyst One. We are collaborating to provide a full venue of interactive sessions designed to extract and share lessons learned. If you are an analyst or a leader of teams seeking better ways to extract knowledge from information this event is for you.
Seats will sell out fast. Please register today.
The agenda includes some of the greatest champions of new methods and models for sensemaking over data, people like Jeff Jonas, Scott Sorensen, Natasha Balac, Dave Warner, David Bray, Steven Malphrus, Kelly McCue, Abe Usher, Matt Devost, Adam Elkus, Kirk Borne, Bob Grossman, Ned Moran, Dave Gauthier, Mark Paese, Kshmendra Paul, John Harer, Tom Lash, Bart R. Johnson, Phil Bourne, and Carmen Medina.
Come join us in this cross-sector information sharing venue and see what happens when analysts and leaders from diverse industries like healthcare, health research, finance, ecommerce, law enforcement, cyber security, energy, satellite imaging, DoD and the intelligence community come together to share lessons learned on analytics.
I guarantee you this will be time well spent. Please register today.
Sponsorship opportunities are also available. For more see: sponsorship opportunities
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