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Creating Chances: giving immigrants a real chance to start a new life

Who hasn’t heard stories of immigrants working below their potential in the country in which they found a new home? While at the same time organizations in the Western world are in desperate need of...

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Marketing experts must evolve from 'mad men' to 'math men'

There seems to be confusion about the differences between content marketing and data-driven marketing. Bloovi spoke with Steven Hofmans (data-driven marketing expert at SAS) and Ivy Vanderheyden...

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How the GDPR is an unexpected marketing tool

The end of intrusive marketing is near. By using their customer data in a smart way, marketers can provide their customers and prospects accurate and targeted messages at any time. The General Data...

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Can analytics help fight drugs, child abuse and crime? Yes it can!

It is sad to realize that child abuse, opioid addiction and other crimes follow the same repeated patterns over and over. But, as an analyst, finding a pattern always provides opportunities as well....

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Struggling with Big Data in the Stone Age

Did you know cavemen were already dealing with big data issues?

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Luxembourg Analytics Summit 2017 coming up

Following the success of last year - over 100 visitors! - Luxembourg will host the second edition of the Analytics Summit. The place to be for everyone who is interested in the topics big data,...

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Meet the world’s first official cyborg

Have you ever heard of Neil Harbisson? You should. Not because he is an excellent football player, or because he has sold out stadium concerts worldwide, not even because he has won an Emmy or Oscar....

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GDPR a blessing for our companies?

Interview with Kalliopi Spyridaki, chief privacy strategist at SAS Europe

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Finding buyers’ stories and voices in the data

IoT is still at a relatively early stage of product adoption. Most of those using IoT devices are ‘early adopters’ if not ‘innovators’. IoT applications that have caught on in a bigger way,...

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Hélène Ernotte

Hélène Ernotte

One of SAS’ credos is Creating Chances. And you might say Hélène Ernotte is the embodiment of that credo and ambition. The company’s HR Manager started as a Junior Recruiter at Microsoft in 2008. She joined SAS in 2012 as HR Business Partner, where she put her experience into practice and quickly became a valuable asset to the analytics firm. Though she is still only in her early thirties, Hélène is now in charge of all SAS’ HR activities in Belgium and Luxembourg. Her goal: to make sure SAS becomes the Great Place to Work of The Future.

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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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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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Frédéric Thys

Frédéric Thys

A mix of business curiosity, technical skills and the urge to write stories that matter…that is what drives Frédéric to blog about. His favorite topic? People Analytics! Or to showcase the value of analytics when unveiling unsuspected connections behind complex human systems and behaviors.
Buckle up for some clear, ready-to-use insights in how analytics measure the human attributes of consumers and employees to predict the success or failure of a venture, and to model and optimize teams and companies. Because business is about people, about making people happy and comfortable. And to be successful in business we need time and analytics to know how to make this happen.

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Steven Hofmans

Steven Hofmans

Marketing has been a department driven by gut feelings for decades. The last few years, these instincts can be supported and eventually replaced by solid facts and figures.
Steven Hofmans helps companies achieving this data-driven marketing with the solutions offered by SAS. His knowledge of the technology combined with his thorough understanding of the ins and outs of marketing activities make him an expert in the field of data-driven marketing.

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Mieke De Ketelaere

Mieke De Ketelaere

“Mieke combines a contagious enthusiasm with a deep knowledge on customer intelligence and digital transformation”, a nice reference on LinkedIn and a nice introduction for Mieke De Ketelaere’s bio. Mieke is Customer Intelligence Director at SAS for the South West Europe region. She has worked for several multinationals on all aspects of customer relations including transactional CRM, advanced analytical customer insight and interactive marketing. She is specialized in helping customers in defining the steps to grow in maturity in customer experience, customer intimacy and customer lifecycle management. Lately, Mieke De Ketelaere started to focus on the value of big data in marketing context. The arrival of new datastreams such as online and social data at one site and the calculation power at the other site, deliver a huge new set of real-time interesting insights at the fingertips of marketers. These new insights, if used wisely, allow operational marketing departments in return to take customer experience and intimacy to a higher level.

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