FICO World 2018 Open for Registration and Session Proposals
Leading conference on applied analytics and decision management will take place April 16-19, 2018 in Miami Beach
Registration is open for FICO® World 2018, April 16-19 in Miami Beach, FL
Early bird rates are available until December 30, and the first 100 registrations for the conference get a special discount.
FICO welcomes session proposals
Hundreds of attendees from dozens of countries attend FICO World to learn about how to advance their business using analytics.
Silicon Valley analytic software firm FICO today announced that registration is open for its FICO® World 2018 conference, which takes place April 16-19 in Miami Beach, Florida. Early bird rates are available until December 30, and the first 100 registrations for the conference get a special discount. Hundreds of attendees from dozens of countries attend FICO World to learn about how to advance their business using analytics.
More information and registration: www.ficoworld.com
FICO World is recognized as the foremost international conference on applications of predictive analytics and decision management technology. Key topics for the 2018 conference will include AI and machine learning, cybersecurity, risk management, customer engagement and innovative applications of decision management.
“As the use of AI and machine learning explodes, businesses are seeking to create an analytic advantage,” said Nikhil Behl, FICO’s head of global marketing. “At FICO World, we focus on emerging strategies and technologies for moving your business forward with analytics. Whether you work at a fintech or a bank, a telecommunications provider or a government agency, a debt collection agency or a mortgage lender, this is the place to crack the code on success.”
Call for Sessions
FICO also invited FICO clients from around the world, as well as other industry leaders, to submit proposals for conference sessions related to analytics and customer management.
Anyone interested in delivering a presentation is encouraged to submit a session proposal at http://www.fico.com/en/ficoworld/sessions. Preference will be given to sessions submitted by November 30.
“We are particularly interested in sessions that show groundbreaking use of analytics and decision management technology to solve important business issues, as well as sessions that present original research or industry studies,” said Behl. “This is a thought leadership conference, and some of the best work in applied analytics is being done by our customers around the world. We invite them to share their success.”
Attendance and accommodation is free for presenters, who will have the opportunity to share their ideas and achievements and network with industry colleagues. Like past conferences, the event is expected to draw hundreds of professionals from more than 40 countries.