User Feedback winner helped improve SAS High-Performance Analytics


It was a packed house at the Moscone West Center in San Francisco last night as more than 4,000 SAS users and employees from around the world gathered together to officially kick off SAS® Global Forum.
Following the live software demos from customers and SAS development teams, Technical Support Vice President Annette Harris took the stage to announce the 2013 winner of the SAS User Feedback Award.

The award was presented to Andrew Lynch, Vice President of Chase Customer Analytics with JPMorgan Chase. Lynch helped improve the functionality of the SAS High-Performance Analytics platform and demonstrate its value in the field.

Andrew Lynch of JPMorgan Chase accepts 2013 User Feedback Award from Annette Harris

“I would like to thank SAS and the various support teams who have engaged with me over the past year to improve our end-user’s experience while enhancing overall product functionality,” Lynch said. “I appreciate the opportunity to collaborate with a partner who values input and feedback and is willing to incorporate and integrate those thoughts into their entire product line. This is a tremendous honor, and I look forward to working with SAS well into the future.”

Stay up-to-date with news and livestreaming from San Francisco this week. (See related SWW story with more information, and stay tuned to the SWW for further updates.)

Lisa Arney and Kate Moye also contributed to this post.


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Lane Whatley

Sr Communications Specialist

As a Senior Communications Specialist, Lane supports SAS R&D in planning, coordinating, and executing its internal communications objectives. In this role, she writes and edits organizational and R&D-related content for blogs, internal social media platforms and the corporate intranet. Prior to joining SAS, Lane worked at the Institute for Emerging Issues at NC State University in a communications and outreach capacity.

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