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Gartner says by 2016, 70 Percent of the most profitable companies will manage their business processes using real-time Predictive Analytics.

The world of analytics is a very exciting place to be right now. We pretty much have the ‘explore the past’ approach covered with mature data exploration tools. In recent years we added real time, in-memory processing In order to gain immediate access to very large data sets at incredible speeds. But now we are finally able to help organisations unlock the tremendous value of their BI investments – the use of predictive analysis tools to help develop insight into action.

SAP Predictive Analysis allows an organisation to take a complete view of past events, analyse them to make predictions, but best of all it helps us to figure out how to make the very best decisions for the future by turning the predictions into actions.

In the past predictive analysis and data mining were left to the specialist PhD types. You needed a degree in Data Science in order to turn data into insight. SAP Predictive Analysis has bought this kind of power to the business user.

We are delighted that one of SAP’s most experienced analytics consultants, Gerhard Held, will be leading our 3 day workshop. The workshop thoroughly covers SAP Predictive Analysis both standalone and also powered by SAP HANA.  We will introduce you to the R language and the various tools used in the SAP solution. The workshop provides plenty of hands-on time with challenging tasks set by the instructor.

The workshop code is WGBPAN and will run on 23 April in London and then once again 11 June in the Netherlands.  We do not plan to run any more sessions. The language will be English. You can find more details and also reserve your place at our Training Web Shop:

https://training.sap.com/shop/course/wgbpan-sap-predictive-analysis-classroom-099-gb-en/

This is a unique opportunity to develop highly sought after skills. But hurry, places are limited.

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