Customer churn prediction using Azure Machine Learning
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The detailed documentation for this churn prediction example includes the step-by-step walk-through: https://docs.microsoft.com/azure/machine-learning/preview/scenario-churn-prediction
Link to the Gallery GitHub repository
The public GitHub repository for this churn prediction example contains all the code samples: https://github.com/Azure/MachineLearningSamples-ChurnPrediction
On average, keeping existing customers is five times cheaper than the cost of recruiting new ones. As a result, marketing executives often find themselves trying to estimate the likelihood of customer churn and finding the necessary actions to minimize the churn rate.
The aim of this solution is to demonstrate predictive churn analytics using AMLWorkbench. This solution provides an easy to use template to develop churn predictive data pipelines for retailers. The template can be used with different datasets and different definitions of churn. The aim of the hands on labs is to:
- Understand how Azure Machine Learning’s Data Preparation tools can be used to clean and ingest customer relationship data for churn analytics.
- Perform feature transformation to handle noisy heterogeneous data.
- Integrate third-party libraries (such as scikit-learn and azureml) to develop bayesian and tree based classifiers for predicting churn.
- Perform operationalization.
Key components needed to run this example
- An Azure account (free trials are available).
- An installed copy of Azure Machine Learning Workbench with a workspace created.
- This example could be run on any compute context.
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