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Our government is the OPEC of data

Last week, I had the honor to present my ideas on the use of data to a select group of government managers, during an event hosted by SAS, a leading provider of solutions for data and analytics....

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Steven Van Belleghem at SAS Forum: “Talk to the Bot”

Steven Van Belleghem's keynote will mainly focus on ‘the customer in the day after tomorrow’. This customer will be better served than ever, and will therefore become more demanding than ever.

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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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Paradoxes in retail: e-commerce vs bricks & big data vs mass retail

At SAS Belux Executive Dinner keynote speaker was Denis Knoops, CEO of Delhaize Belgium and Luxemburg. In my last blog post I discussed the first paradox in retail: sustainability vs sustainability.

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The paradox of sustainability in retail

Delhaize CEO Denis Knoops discussed the three big paradoxes in retail at the SAS Belux Executive Dinner. In this blog I present the first of these paradoxes: sustainability vs sustainability.

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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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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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Ivy Vanderheyden

Ivy Vanderheyden

"When people are passionate about what they do, they will achieve great things” I strongly believe this to be true. The world of analytics is such a fascinating industry. Every day I discover new applications and problems we can solve through the use of analytics. As Marketing Director at SAS it is my job to bring these stories to life and inspire people to do great things with data. In my blogs I want to fascinate you with a mixture of two of my favorite topics: analytics and marketing.

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Philippe Van Impe

Philippe Van Impe

“Our mission is to educate, inspire and empower scholars and professionals to apply data sciences to address humanity’s grand challenges.” There you go, Philippe Van Impe in a nutshell. Quoting his mission statement to describe Philippe is quite a lot easier than trying to sum up his professional activities: founder of the European Data Innovation Hub, founding partner of the Brussels Data Science Community, ‘social entrepreneur’ and ‘startup coach’. You see, Philippe is a tough professional to capture in such a short bio!

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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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Véronique Van Vlasselaer

Véronique Van Vlasselaer

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