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COVID-19 Data Analytics Resource Hub
Map your organization’s path to long-term resilience with the benefit of insights and perspectives on COVID-19 response and recovery, gathered from leaders around the world over three months.
The Global Business Barometer (GBB), developed by the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by SAS, understands, tracks and shares both public- and private-sector views on the impact of COVID-19. The data, taken from three global surveys conducted April-June 2020, reflects how businesses are coping and planning for the future. The questions, posed to more than 2,700 executives in 118 countries, range from personal outlooks on the global economy to operational and risk management strategies.
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In the battle against COVID-19, SAS can be one of your greatest assets, providing a complete platform for analytics visualization to help identify hidden patterns and relationships in data.
Firms are recognizing the growing importance of cybersecurity, data privacy, risk management and cloud computing for moving forward. Produced by the Economist Intelligence Unit.
Here’s how you can ensure operational and financial stability – no matter what industry you are in, or what stage you are at in the path forward to resilience.
Economist Intelligence Unit Global Business Barometer
First survey: Tracking global sentiment during the initial crisis phase of the pandemic.
Second survey: Tracking global sentiment as survival, adaptation and recovery become the new reality.
Third survey: Tracking global sentiment on economic recovery and growth in varied industries.
Banks have to deftly balance ongoing business with burgeoning forbearance needs while sometimes serving as conduits for government stimulus. How can you manage regulatory compliance guidelines while also controlling lending risk – and best manage the balance sheet under a variety of updated stress testing scenarios?
Click here to view banking analytics solutions in the age of COVID-19.
Government concerns during the pandemic generally fall into three categories: the health and safety of constituents, economic vitality, and the continued functioning of all ongoing services. How can you operate more efficiently as funding diminishes, become more citizen-centered in policies and programs, improve our digital interfaces, and apply lessons learned to foster a stronger recovery for everyone?
Click here to view public sector analytics solutions for combating COVID-19.
Health care systems worldwide met COVID-19 challenges head-on with the strategy to rethink everything. How can you treat a viral condition so little is known about; use technology to allow for minimal physical contact; update protocols to address mental health, as well as and financial disruptions; evolve preventive medicine; and leverage value-based health care as part of a new normal?
Click here to view health care analytics solutions for navigating the impacts of COVID-19.
While a COVID-19 vaccine remains a global goal, decision makers have to recalibrate. How can you focus on development while meeting current patient needs; secure supply chains and distribution channels to ensure uninterrupted delivery of medications; realize efficiencies from digitization while meeting regulatory standards for both payers and providers; and recognize the areas that show the most promise for real-world evidence?
Click here to view life sciences analytics for driving innovation in the age of COVID-19.
How can manufacturers keep everyone safe, healthy and productive without losing sight of other imperatives, such as securing materials from sourcing to final distribution, transforming processes to remotely support social distancing, evolving IT systems to mirror operational parameter changes, improving demand pattern predictions, or building resilience into the business to ensure future readiness?
Click here to view manufacturing analytics solutions in the age of COVID-19.
To put digitally enabled transactions and interactions on center stage, how can retail leaders improve every aspect of operations, from updating communications, to shifting systems, processes, metrics and mindsets, to maximizing resourcing and information sharing with partners and suppliers? How could cloud-based applications be leveraged as a source of agility to foster always-on responses?
Click here to view retail and consumer goods solutions in the evolving world.
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