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How to Get Started with Predictive Analytics


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Get ready to take your Microsoft Office analytics from good to great!

Many small and midsized businesses have found themselves entrenched in a world of never ending spreadsheets. As your business grows, data size limitations and the need for greater predictive analytical capabilities have probably left you wanting more from your applications.

You may spend too much time trying to access the data you need, and once you locate the data you might find inconsistencies in your reports because of variance in calculations and formats.

You may also feel limited in your ability to make truly data driven decisions due to a lack of predictive analytical capabilities.

If this sounds familiar to you, join us to learn how users of all skill levels can harness the power of SAS predictive analytics from the Microsoft Office environment.

In this webinar we’ll cover:

  • Accessing data from multiple sources
  • Accessing pre-defined parameterized reports based on live data
  • Creating historical analysis and new insights with predictive analytics
  • Disseminating findings to key stakeholder

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