About this blogHi! I’m Michele Reister and I’ll be providing you with an insider’s view into the world of SAS training. Follow along with my colleagues and me as we offer up practical information to help you become a better SAS user.
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Business Development Manager at Metacoda, Consultant and Trainer specialising in SAS Software
Michelle Homes has been a SAS user for 16 years and has experienced a number of roles over the years. Her current roles are: Business Development Manager at Metacoda (specialising in the development of add-ons to SAS Software); SAS consulting and mentoring work and SAS Education trainer for SAS Institute Australia to SAS programmers, business analysts, statistical analysts, data managers and information consumers. She enjoys solving business challenges using SAS Software and helping people streamline their business processes through the flexibility and automation that SAS offers.
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