Data. Insights. Action.

The Fairmont San Jose | Pre-Conference: May 2 | General Sessions: May 3-4, 2016

Technology and analytics are rapidly merging, and the business world is embracing this new culture of data. Leading organizations are leveraging business and data analytics to transform their businesses, uncover new value within their industries, and remain competitive within their space.

Business and data analytics professionals are in high demand. A recent Computerworld survey reported that 24% of respondents were planning to hire data analytics professionals by the end of 2015. Yet all those respondents also expected this skill to be the most difficult to find.

Whether you’re just starting out in the data analytics field, are a data pro who sees the value in expanding your skillset, or are a seasoned business analytics pro, the PASS Business Analytics Conference is the place to be.

Improve ROI.

Through expert sessions and hands-on labs, unleash the analytics power within Excel, PowerBI, SQL, Hive, and other technologies to drive performance and optimization in your organization. 

Expand your skillset.

Learn tools and techniques to unleash the power of data and boost the performance and accuracy of predictive analysis.

Grow your network.

Meet experts and peers from around the globe. Hear about other challenges--and solutions--from like-minded attendees who share your passion for analytics.



Thank You to Our Sponsors

Microsoft Pyramid Analytcs Attunity Hortonworks


Learn more about the sponsorship opportunities at the PASS Business Analytics Conference 2016. Contact us and we will work with you on sponsorship that best aligns with your goals.

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The Analyst's Journey

Join leading experts in BA as they share insights and education across four tracks to give you real-world knowledge and experience you can put to work immediately.

An important aspect of the challenge in filling [data] jobs lies in the fact that enterprises need people with new skills — data management, analytics and business expertise and non-traditional skills necessary for extracting the value of [data], as well as artists and designers for data visualization.


Technology Predictions for 2014, 2015 and 2016

Shortage of skilled staff will persist. In the U.S. alone there will be 181,000 deep analytics roles in 2018 and five times that many positions requiring related skills in data management and interpretation.


IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Big Data and Analytics 2015 Predictions

What is clear is that organizations large and small are tapping data to better understand and improve their operations, financial models, customer relationships, supply chain, workforce, business opportunities, and competitive standing.


Analytics Advantage Report

Ready to dive into the world of analytics?