Alison Bolen 0
Five Questions with Bruce Kitto

Bruce Kitto is a Senior Director of Research and Development for SAS. What are you working on right now? In addition to the Customer Intelligence projects, I have now taken a dive into the deep end in terms of the retail divisions both in Cary and in Middleton. This has

Alison Bolen 0
Five Questions with Kathy Council

Kathy Council is the Vice President of Publications at SAS. What are you working on right now? I’m working on two important initiatives for Pubs. The first is to come to an agreement with the Applications Division under Radhika Kulkarni to decide how our two groups will develop future documentation.

Alison Bolen 0
Five questions with Dwight Mouton

Dwight Mouton is a Product Manager for SAS Americas. What are you working on right now? I'm quite busy right now. I'm finalizing requirements for Marketing Optimization version 5.3., settling in after a move from Winston Salem to Cary, and looking for customers who will discuss Marketing Optimization with me.

Alison Bolen 0
Five questions with Francisco Olvera

Francisco Olvera is a sales manager for SAS North America, based in the SAS Mexico office. What are you working on right now? I am currently developing sales strategies based on business issues, targeting CXO levels and decision makers. What are you reading? As for books, I’m reading the Cyropaedia

Meg Crawford 0
Call for papers is open

Hi everyone. I am fairly new to SAS as a Program Development Specialist with the Executive and User Events Department. I had the great opportunity last year to work on SAS Global Forum 2008, which was a wonderful success with over 3,700 attendees in San Antonio. This year I again

Alison Bolen 0
Five questions with Camille Coles

Camille Coles is a Regional Marketing Manager for SAS Asia Pacific. What are you working on right now? I am finalizing an Asia Pacific Marketing Induction Check List. This will ensure all new marketers to SAS in the Asia Pacific region know what they need to know and where to

Kristine Vick 0
We all use math everyday

I recently participated in the last of a five-city series “How to Compete on Analytics: Apply It” in Chicago and found the following worth sharing: Jeanne Harris, co-author of Competing on Analytics says that analytics are changing the way people learn, make decisions and compete. If you don’t believe me

Calling all Wikipedians

I went to yet another social media seminar yesterday where I was reminded that the old rules of marketing and PR do not apply. The speaker, Jim Tobin of Ignite Social Media, gave it a fresh perspective: If you wouldn't do it at a cocktail party, don't do it in

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