Friday's Innovation Inspiration - Do you believe?

From the largest corporation to a small startup, data overload can be a crippling problem. Just ask this big guy ...       Now you know. Happy holidays! tags: business analytics, Friday's Innovation Inspiration

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PREMIER takes charge of the Credit CARD Act

The Obama Administration and subprime lenders agree on one thing: Borrowers with bad credit lack the clout - both financial and political - to rebuild their lives without help from somebody ... somewhere. Where they disagree - royally - is over how. The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act of […]

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Analytics helps credit card issuers reprogram for CARD

The Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act (CARD) of 2009 was triggered by the financial crisis and designed to protect subprime borrowers by forcing lenders to provide more transparency and more reasonable, fairer rates and fees to borrowers. This has proven a costly burden for US lenders as they […]

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Using SAS® to Help Fight Crime: Scraping and Reporting Inmate Data

Like many SAS users, Bill Roehl uses SAS in some very clever ways that aren’t necessarily work-related. Roehl is a Research Analyst at Capella University and an outspoken community journalist. When he isn’t working for Capella University, he is hard at work blogging about community news for Dakota County, Minnesota […]

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Diane Hatcher has SASonality

In this ongoing series about people with SASonality, today’s introduction is Diane Hatcher, a Solutions Architect from SAS Technology Practice. Diane and I had exchanged e-mails many times before meeting face-to-face for the first time at SESUG 2010. Every time I passed through the SAS Solutions Center, I noticed that […]

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Inside SAS Global Forum 2009: Ep. 24 - SAS CMO Jim Davis

SAS Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Jim Davis talks about how Business Analytics are playing a bigger role within companies. Web Links: SAS.com:http://www.sas.com/apps/webnet/SGF2009VideoBlog/index.html?videoID=isgf09ep24 tags: business analytics, Inside SAS Global Forum, jim davis, SAS Global Forum, video

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