Presidion | SPSS Customers Breakfast Seminar

SPSS Customers Breakfast Seminar

SPSS StatsGet the most out of your IBM SPSS Software!

3rd March 2015 – Hotel Hilton Kilmainham, Dublin

Event Review

Thank you to all attendees and Speakers at the SPSS Customers Seminar.

In this breakfast seminar attendees learned some practical tips and tricks from Alan that will help them save time in their data preparation, analysis and reporting. They also heard Melissa talk about how “Analytics is Awesome” as her first slide said. Heard from Melissa on how “Analytics is Awesome” as her first slide said. She shared her experience on planning Analytics Strategies and showed some tips you can use in the process of building your Analytics Strategy. Rob closed the presentations with his useful 9 laws of Data Mining. Attendees also had the chance to ask technical and personalised questions to the speakers and some members of the Presidion Team.

Key Note Speakers

  • Alan McMahon, Senior Services Consultant at Presidion

Alan has worked on both large and small scale data analysis project. For the last 10 years he has been helping organisations overcome the challenge to turn data into information and get the information to where it is required. This practical talk helped attendees understand how to get the most from their SPSS Software, some practical tips on overcoming common challenges and the pitfalls to avoid.

  • Melissa Furze, Vice President of Data & Insights at DAA

Melissa is a recognized thought leader in the practical implementation of analytics in business. Melissa shared her hands on experience on how to build a powerful Analytics team and Strategy that delivers outstanding return on investment.


  • What’s new in IBM SPSS Statistics?
  • What else can you do with IBM SPSS Statistics?
  • What’s next? – Introduction to Predictive Analytics.

If you have any questions call us at  +353 (0)1 415 0234 (ROI) / +44 (0)2087578820 (UK) or send us an email.

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