It's always great to hear that SAS users get to thump their chests a bit around statisticians and programmers who are struggling because they are trying to solve problems using software provided by those "other" companies. Now, that's inspiring.
This Post-It Note reminds me of a presentation at SAS Global Forum 2012 about automating reports. Of course, these Post-It Notes always remind me of presentations. This week, instead of pointing you to a bunch of past presentations, I'm going to challenge you to use this note as an idea
Unbelievable: It's already August. When I was a child, my mother used to talk about how time flies when you become an adult, and that I shouldn't wish my life away by always wanting to be older than my years or longing for something that was just beyond my maturity
Okay - not exactly Hollywood – but it’s only 30 minutes away – so you could visit during the evening or stay the weekend after the conference to do some star-sightings. Long Beach is outside of Los Angeles and close to Hollywood! It’s not too late to sign up for the WUSS (Western
In this Innovation Inspiration, a SAS user has developed the insurance rating plans for a country using predictive modeling. How exciting! Additionally, the system adjusts based upon actual experience. This is quite the accomplishment given the complexity of the ratemaking for even a small geographical territory. The comments section reveal the identity of this innovator. Check it out.
It's so important for companies to build what customers want rather than build a product and then convince the market to buy it. So I love it when I hear or read remarks like the one below - SAS has grown with me. That means that we have listened to