Chris Hemedinger 0
Announcement: SAS on the Wii

Last week at SAS Global Forum, SAS demonstrated its commitment to bring powerful business analytics to customers wherever they choose to work, including on the desktop, on the Web, and on mobile devices such as the iPhone. In that spirit, SAS today announced plans to port its powerful analytics software

Kelly Levoyer 0
The culture of analytics at Marriott

At last week's SAS Global Forum, I sat down for a few minutes with Stephan Chase, Vice President of Customer Knowledge at Marriott Hotels. Chase's team provides the analytics and predictive modeling to the marketing team within the Marriott Rewards business unit. I asked him to elaborate on an earlier

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Brendan Bailey 0
Inside SAS Global Forum 2009: Ep. 16 - SAS onDemand for Academics

Ron Statt talks about the SAS onDemand for Academics program and how it makes it easy for colleges and universities to access the analytical power of SAS for teaching and completing coursework. For more information about the SAS onDemand for Academics, visit http://www.sas.com/govedu/edu/programs/od_academics.html. Web Links: SAS.com:http://www.sas.com/apps/webnet/SGF2009VideoBlog/index.html?videoID=isgf09ep16

Chris Hemedinger 0
The Sea Monkey Effect

I really enjoyed this blog post by AnnMaria: "The Sea Monkey Effect prevents robot uprising". I think my reading experience was enhanced because I met* the author at SAS Global Forum yesterday. AnnMaria should apply for a grant and enter into the annals of improbable research. *(She told me that

Waynette Tubbs 0
Two Takes: Doing More with Less

I had the opportunity to sit in on two presentations yesterday that ran back-to-back and seemed to provide a complementary message to SAS users in government and public service. It gave me the idea to post a few comments on both. Ben Zenick, Doing More with Less Ben Zenick, the

Waynette Tubbs 0
SAS presenters series: I-kong Fu

In hopes of adding to your SAS Global Forum experience, we've kicked off a SAS presenters series. Here, we’ve asked some of the SAS presenters five questions to learn more about what makes them tick, why they chose to present and what they hoped you would take away from the

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