Whether you're making automobiles, selling swimwear or recruiting college students, the ability to accurately predict demand for products or services represents an increasingly valuable tool for businesses, schools and government organizations. Issues facing practitioners in the rapidly expanding field of forecasting were the subject of SAS' inaugural F2006 Business Forecasting Conference (http://www.sas.com/events/fx/index.html), held June 5 and 6 at SAS world headquarters in Cary, NC.

The gathering brought together some of the most respected forecasting experts in the world with 334 registered attendees from 35 states, five countries and 120 different business, government, and academic organizations. SAS hosted this event - the world's largest forecasting conference of the year - to help organizations analyze and streamline their forecasting processes, and improve forecasting results.

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