Keith Collins
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Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer

Keith is responsible for leading the Research and Development, Information Services and Technical Support Divisions at SAS. He fosters close working relationships with marketing and sales to ensure that SAS technologies are aligned with customer needs and market demand. He has been instrumental in leading SAS’ evolution as a provider of industry-specific solutions that deliver the benefits of powerful analytic technologies into the hands of users.

A graduate of North Carolina State University in computer science, Keith is a devoted supporter of the university. He is the founding member of the strategic advisory board of the department of computer science.

Recent Posts

60 students and everyone is learning? Only with the Hour of Code

What would it take for you to keep 60 students interested and on task in a classroom for an entire ... Read More

4 tips for modern CIOs

My first tip is a bonus: If you’re going to participate in a corporate Webcast series, find someone as honest ... Read More

Big data is nothing new, but high-performance analytics is

The most exciting thing in the industry right now is not “big data.” It’s “big analytics” or — as we like ... Read More

The top five SAS R&D priorities for 2011

After talking about SAS products and development roadmaps with industry experts at the SAS Analysts Conference in Steamboat Springs earlier ... Read More

Putting a price on data storage

One obvious result of the data explosion is that organizations now have more data to manage. There’s simply too much ... Read More

Let’s apply quality control to our information flow

Tell me if any of these scenarios sound familiar: You send quarterly reports to your entire team with charts, ... Read More
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