Educational testing service relies on SAS® to shine light on college readiness
ACT is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides assessment, research, information and program management solutions in the areas of education and workforce development. It is best known for administering the ACT college entrance exam to high school students. With SAS, ACT's Department of Education and Workforce Research Services (EWRS) can efficiently provide thousands of customized reports to ACT staff, high schools, school districts, states, regions, and national and governmental organizations.
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Sticking with SAS®
Providing customized research
Enhancing customer responsiveness
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The testing service needs to crunch large volumes of data quickly.
Using SAS, the department produces thousands of year-end reports.
“ If we didn't have a tool like SAS, I don't think we could be as responsive to our customers. ”
Director, Department of Education and Workforce Research Services, Research and Development Division