SAN DIEGO, September 19, 2011 - Academic and Student license fees for Salford Systems' predictive modeling software have been dramatically reduced for the 2011 academic year. Through Studica , a source for software and technology products for academics, Salford Systems has been able to reduce its license fees for these groups up to nearly 95 percent.
Salford Systems' four core data mining products - CART, MARS, TreeNet and RandomForests - as well as the Salford Predictive Modeler™ (SPM) suite - will maintain a one-year license for a single user. Students interested in utilizing SPM, which includes all four products, may purchase it for as little as $120 per license. Professors will also be eligible for discounted software licenses. In addition, professors may receive free 90-day student licenses with the purchase of a license upon submitting their current faculty ID and course syllabus.
"Salford Systems is pleased to announce the availability of special academic pricing for the complete line of Salford products including CART, MARS, TreeNet, and RandomForests, all within Salford's new Salford Predictive Modeler suite," said Dan Steinberg, CEO and Founder. This software is the full-powered industrial version being used today by leading banks, insurance companies, online retailers, and a wide variety of specialists in the biosciences, social sciences, market research, and educational research. These are the best prices ever for Salford tools!"
About Salford Systems Founded in 1983, Salford Systems specializes in providing new-generation data mining and predictive modeling software and consulting services for industries such as banking, insurance, healthcare, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, transportation, manufacturing, retail and catalog sales, and education. The company's CART®, MARS®, TreeNet® and RandomForests® data mining software are currently installed in over 3,500 sites worldwide, including 300 major universities. Salford Systems is headquartered in San Diego, CA. For more information, visit www.salford-systems.com or telephone 619- 543-8880.