@RISK Software Open House in Long Beach, CA with Andrew Sich

Have you ever wanted to take Palisade’s @RISK software for a guided test drive?

On Tuesday, September 14th, Palisade will host a complimentary open house event in Long Beach where you will be able to follow a product demonstration of the new @RISK 5.5.1.

Andrew Sich will show several example models that illustrate how Monte Carlo simulation can be used for applications in risk analysis. You’ll learn how to add uncertainty to your own models, correlate inputs, use historical data to create best fit distributions, run simulations and sensitivity analyses, and then fundamentally transform decision making discussions by communicating  in “ranges”, “probabilities”, and “likelihood of occurrence” – leaving single point estimates, as well as best-case, worst-case, and most-likely estimates to historians.  Complimentary trial versions of @RISK and the full DecisionTools Suite software will be provided.

The event will be held from Tuesday, September 14th, 11:00AM to 1:00PM at:

Renaissance Long Beach Hotel
111 East Ocean Boulevard
Long Beach, CA 90802
Phone: (562)437-5900

There is no charge for the event, and light refreshments will be served. To register, please contact Andrew at asich@palisade.com or 607-277-8000 x 330.

Separate and private meetings at your facility to discuss licensing and training options, pricing, and perhaps a shorter demo of @RISK for your colleagues are also available.

For more information:

Andrew Sich
Regional Sales Manager
Palisade Corporation

Email: asich@palisade.com
Phone: 1-800-432-7475 (ext. 330)
or 1-607-277-8000 (ext. 330)
Cell: 1-607-279-6266
Fax: 1-607-277-8001

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