AAIR SIG Forum 2012
"A New Beginning in Demanding Times"
AAIR proudly presented its 2012 SIG event, jointly hosted by RMIT and Victoria University, and supported by Altis Consulting from 5 to 6 July 2012. The official SIG Forum website is: http://www.vu.edu.au/events/2012-aair-sig-forum-a-new-beginning-in-demanding-times; however, presentations from the event can be downloaded below.
The AAIR SIG Forum hosted by RMIT and VU in July was a success. Approximately 100 people attended across the two days. There was plenty to choose from with Business Intelligence and Load Modelling streams.
Sponsors were appreciated and whetted our appetite for more with some really good presentations/demos, often done jointly with a university partner. There were 5 sponsors other than AAIR. So a big thank you to ALTIS, INTECH, ORACLE, Tableau, and Certus.
The 2 free registrations for SIG 2013 were won by Garth Waring and Sam Angove, from ANU.
Some of us recovered sufficiently from the DJ saying he had no 80s music to still get on the dance floor, whilst on the dinner cruise.
Angel Calderon, RMIT
Data paradigms in a market driven police environment
Michael Gibson, Deakin University
Operational reporting and business intelligence agenda
Andrea Matulick, Flinders University
Flinders demands a new beginning – building a business analytics capability using a blended approach with a small team
Devendra Nambiar, Victoria University
Realizing strategy using business intelligence – the Victoria University experience
Luke Rowlett & Ben Stevens, Flinders University
From go to whoa in 90 days – implementing a school based performance framework pilot using Oracle
Elena Rubi & Mark Anthony Lane, RMIT
Cohort completions and predicting student behaviour
Dean Ward, Edith Cowan University
Putting the spotlight on identifying students at risk of attrition
Mary Woodman, Danny Lim & Phidias Burnell, Victoria University
BI – overcoming challenges