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Social security fraud inspectors more efficient, more motivated and more interactive thanks to datamining

When it comes to fighting social security fraud, the battle seems a little unfair. The FPS Social Security staff charged with inspections counts no more than 244 people, who are tasked with inspecting...

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Analytics at SPF Finance has led to a significant rise in tax revenues from real estate transactions

The Patrimony Department of the Belgian Federal Public Service (FPS) Finance collects information on value and ownership of real estate property from notaries and real estate agents. This information...

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ERGO fights money laundering and terrorist financing using ... fuzzy logic

ERGO Insurance is a mid-sized Benelux insurer who needs to meet the same ever-growing international and national regulations as their much larger competitors. This puts a heavy burden on the...

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MC/CM has reached a more proactive budget management

The Belgian health insurance organization MC/CM, with 4,5 million affiliates, is clearly a major player in healthcare management in Belgium. They organize and manage one of the country’s largest...

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The biggest questions in analytics

In which Jill channels Peter Drucker, General George Patton, and her manicurist.

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Fraud and Fado: mournful tunes but no sentiment of resignation

A couple of weeks ago a great number of telecom operators gathered in Lisbon, the city of Fado, to discuss telecom fraud. Organized by the Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA) and the Forum...

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Blind people behind the steering wheel, and other future traffic trends

Now that the Summer holidays have begun, traffic jams are more reasonable. But they are still there! This always raises the question of what traffic will look like in a couple of years, as the number...

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Disruption from the Internet of things: are you ready?

Some estimates suggest that the number of connected objects will be more than 50 billion by 2020. Each of us will own between six and ten connected objects. But what exactly is the Internet of...

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The devils are in the data

The Red Devils are everywhere these days: on the front page of the newspapers, on the billboards in the streets, on almost all products in the supermarket ... BUT also in the data!

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Jill Dyché

Jill Dyché

Jill Dyché — frank, funny, and full of great stories — has been thinking, writing, and speaking about business-IT alignment for over two decades. Jill has lived in far-flung locales including Paris, London, and Sydney, lecturing at industry conferences, tech events, and leading business schools, and blogging on the topic of why
orporate technologies are — or, at least should be — businessdriven. She lives in Los Angeles, where she samples fringe Cabernets, rescues shelter dogs, and writes the occasional haiku.

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Bart Baesens

Bart Baesens

If you’re looking for in-dept insights in the world of (web) analytics, CRM, fraud detection and credit risk management, Bart Baesens is just the man you need. Bart is Professor of Big Data & Analytics at KU Leuven and lecturer at the University of Southhampton. Browse through his LinkedIn profile and you will soon find out that his research has been published in several top-notch international journals, and that he is author of Analytics in a Big Data World (2014)and co-author of Credit Risk Management: Basic Concepts (2008). Obviously Bart keeps the very best of his writing for the World of Analytics, so stay tuned.

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Michel Philippens

Michel Philippens

Michel is passionate about everything related to big data analytics, and how you can use these to make smarter business decisions. With a Master in Sociology and Statistics he first worked as a research assistent at the KU Leuven, but Michel soon joined SAS as a Senior Consultant. Today he has 15 years of valuable experience, truly seeing the world of analytics change. His key philosophy: analytics don't belong in a lab test environment, they are part of everyday life.

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Albert Derasse

Albert Derasse

Albert Derasse is a true multitasker: apart from his job as Senior Business Solutions Manager Customer Intelligence at SAS South West Europe, he is also lector at ICHEC Brussels Management School, teaching students the art of marketing strategy. Albert is a customer-driven marketeer with a great capacity to listen first and then turn the input into strategy and results. On World of Analytics Albert will share stories based on his experience in helping companies find more profitable growth opportunities and amplify marketing initiatives.

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Tommy Lehnert

Tommy Lehnert

Tommy Lehnert has over 15 years of experience and a sound knowledge of financial markets. Currently he works as Sales Account Manager at SAS Belgium and Luxembourg. Tommy holds a BA in Management Science and a Master degree in Private Banking and Fund Industry. He is the author of 'Volume 1: How advanced analytics will transform banking in Luxembourg' and co-author of a publication about the relationship of depositary banks and the Madoff fraud case.

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Andrew Pease

Andrew Pease

Andrew Pease couples a deep understanding of technology with an unmatched insight in business needs. This powerful combination makes him popular within SAS for finding sensible solutions for customers across a range of sectors. Andrew is passionate about using analytics to exploit exploding data volumes in tackling business challenges. With the rise of “Big Data” and “Data Science”, Andrew navigates the hype with pragmatic approaches and experience-based insights. And against all odds, his blogs might just make you laugh as well.

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