Steve Ludlow, Principal Technology Consultant in the Technology Practice of SAS UK, will be speaking about visual analytics for business.
This event is part of the activities organised for the Competitive Business Intelligence Major within the BA (Hons) International Business.
Venue: Regent's University London - room D203
Steve Ludlow works as a Principal Technology Consultant in the Technology Practice of SAS UK. He has worked for SAS for 23 years and prior to joining SAS was a Senior Research officer at the LSE – working for Nick Stern (now Lord Stern) on Taxation Theory in Developing Countries. It was during this post-doctoral work that Steve was introduced to SAS and he liked the software so much he joined the company.
During his 23 years Steve has done a variety of jobs – technical support, training, consulting, pre-sales and management. Steve is a frequent speaker at conferences particularly on Big Data and Analytics. He leads the SAS Visual Analytics and Business Intelligence practice in the UK – liaising with customers and development in the USA. Steve is a graduate of Leicester University and Oxford University – where he worked on Econometric Models of the Common Agricultural Policy.
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Last updated: 28 October 2015
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