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Date:   Fri, 29 Sep 2000 02:28:57 GMT
Reply-To:   bill_kossack@MY-DEJA.COM
Sender:   "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@LISTSERV.UGA.EDU>
From:   bill_kossack@MY-DEJA.COM
Organization: - Before you buy.
Subject:   Denver data mining consultant available

Extensive knowledge and competency demonstrated during the past 20 years in statistical analysis, modeling, forecasting, data mining, and knowledge discovery systems. Also experienced in quality assurance and experiment design. Statistical experience includes design and analysis of data for research in marketing, quality assurance, as well as industrial, agricultural, and environmental applications.

Additionally experienced in coordination and management of personnel and presentation of information to the public. Programming experience includes SAS, SPSS, Visual Basic, and C on PCs and mainframes, and workstations running UNIX.

Qwest Communications Manager Network Reliability Analysis (8/99-9/00)

Reported to the Director of Ring Operations providing analytical insight to the measurement and analysis of the performance of Qwest communications networks. Major efforts included researching and applying new analytical techniques and tools to the analysis of network reliability problems. Current responsibilities include working with the Database Integrity Group in an attempt to survey, clean up, consolidate, and improve network databases in preparation for future reliability analysis needs.

Consultant (10/92-8/99) Provided statistical and Data Mining consulting to clients in the fields of telecommunications, database marketing utilizing my skills to develop models using linear and non-linear techniques as well as other analytical approaches. Other duties included education and training of client personnel on modeling techniques and capabilities. Also performed research in the field of Data Mining, reviewing new software products and making recommendations for changes to future releases. Also provided statistical consulting and programming assistance for companies in the fields of marketing research, survey analysis and design and computer systems engineering/analysis. Responsibilities included performing analyses and reporting results to executive management. Additional responsibilities included designing experiments, advising and educating engineers and marketing professionals on statistical methods and experiment design. Statistical experience included analyses such as correlation, factorial, model development (linear and logistic), analysis of variance, and programming with SAS, Visual Basic, and Microsoft Excel.

Clients included MediaOne Group, Qwest Communications, ICG Netcom, EDS, Pacific Bell, West Pac (Overseas Bank), Chase Manhattan Bank, Bellcore (Bell Communications and Research), Censtor (R&D in disk drive technology), AT&T (Federal Systems), and American Express.

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