Education Analytics: Why choose SAS as a partner


In this education analytics series of blog posts, we have been on a journey to learn how education customers are turning their data into insights to be a more data-informed and analytical organizations.

In my first five posts in the education analytics blog series, we learned how education customers are using SAS, they explained the positive impact of using SAS for their users and institution, they described the benefits they received and they shared best practices, and shared their vision for the evolving use of SAS.

For this sixth and final installment in the blog series, let's meet our cast and hear why they choose to partner with SAS for their data visualization and analytics needs:

  • Linda Sullivan, Assistant Vice President for Institutional Knowledge Management, University of Central Florida.
  • Tim Schuldt, Director of Statistical Delivery, Ruffalo Noel Levitz.
  • Daniel Ralyea, Director of the Office of Research and Data Analysis, South Carolina Dept. of Education.


Interested in more? Check out the previous posts in this education analytics blog series. Also, check out these 10 tips for using data visualization and analytics effectively in education.

As this is the conclusion of this blog series, I want to extend a warm THANK YOU to Linda, Tim and Dan for their time and generosity in sharing with us how SAS has helped them make their institutions more data-informed and analytical. Their efforts made the videos and blog series truly possible.

I hope you enjoyed learning more about how education customers use data visualization and analytics. Please feel free to share this education analytics blog series and these videos with your colleagues and friends.


About Author

Georgia Mariani

Principal Product Marketing Manager

Georgia Mariani has spent nearly a quarter-century exploring and sharing how analytics can improve outcomes. As a Principal Industry Marketing Manager at analytics leader SAS, supporting the education industry, she passionately showcases customers using analytics to tackle important education issues and help students succeed. Georgia received her M.S. in Mathematics with a concentration in Statistics from the University of New Orleans.

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