It's a Wrap

The 2011 SAS Health Care & Life Sciences Executive Conference has drawn to a close, and it was one of the best yet.  Thanks to everyone who attended, we had the largest number of registrations ever! 

SAS recently opened a new conference center here at our headquarters in Cary, NC – Building C – and this event was the first large-scale conference held at the new facilities.  My office happens to be located in this new facility, so I’ve had a few weeks to get accustomed to where things are at, but this was the first time I got to really experience the conference facilities – very cool.  We also tried a new mobile app for the event.

As opposed to me trying to summarize all of the different topics and points covered in the conference, let me just direct you to the #SASHLS11 Twitter feed for the event – it gives a more comprehensive perspective than mine anyway!  One thing that is not in the Twitter feed are some photos of the event:

A few more items I will mention specifically:

 Hope to see you next year!

tags: CHAI, conference, improvement, SAS

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