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User Groups and Online Communities

Canadian User Groups

Learn from your peers and SAS experts.

SAS User Groups provide an excellent opportunity to meet other SAS users, share knowledge and experience, and learn more about SAS solutions from colleagues, peers and SAS professionals. Whether you're a seasoned SAS software user with experiences to share or a newcomer who'd like to interact with other users, a user group is an excellent way to help you get the most value from your SAS technology.

Through presentations, demos, panel discussions, and Q&A sessions, SAS User Groups provide an excellent opportunity to expand your knowledge.  

  • Get an immediate return on your time investment. You can apply the techniques and skills you've learned as soon as you return to work.
  • Learn what's worked from other users and SAS professionals dealing with similar challenges.
  • Get to know other SAS users and tap into local SAS resources.
  • Learn about the latest software updates and features.
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SAS Canada Community

The SAS Canada Community is an online forum for SAS users to connect with one another and share their knowledge. You'll find SAS Canada staff and thought leaders sharing their expertise through blogs, video interviews and group discussions. This community is a great place to grow both your knowledge and your network, and have a little fun at the same time! Join the conversation today.

Customer Value Award

The Customer Value Award has been created to honour and reward an individual for their ongoing support in their local SAS community. The recipient of the award will receive a trip to SAS Global Forum including: return airfare; hotel for up to 3 nights; registration costs; and an award to be presented at a special dinner at SAS Global Forum.

Examples include people who informally assist their peers, user group involvement or anyone who goes beyond the call of duty to assist SAS usage.  

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