I'm at the Predictive Analytics Summit in San Francisco. It is interesting to see the titles of Analytics people at the conference (here). They include CTO/Senior/Manager/VP of a variety of analytics variants: Predictive Analytics, Marketing Analytics, just Analytics, Data Analytics, Research & Analytics, Quant Research, etc. Others not here but that I've seen include Business Analytics and the variety of Data Mining titles.
There has been a lot of hype about data mining and predictive analytics being a great field to be in. It's interesting to me that (1) Predictive Analytics is so often part of the title now, lending credence to this term becoming a standard term companies use, and (2) the variety of ways quantitive modeling is described.
This conference is just one of many taking place in a short time period, including Predictive Analytics World, SAS M2010, IBM Information on Demand, and Teradata Partners conference, the SuperMath Conference in San Diego, and the ACM Data Mining Bootcamp in San Jose. Too many to attend all of them!