Audience Diverse Participants

Call for Content

Share your SAS® perspective

Do you have an original, innovative SAS idea or technique? We want to hear about it! Submit your proposal before the call for content closes on May 3.

We’re looking for unique applications of SAS software, including programming techniques and technical features, or strategies and best practices for using SAS to solve industry-specific challenges. From senior leadership trends and technical analytics tips to case studies for business professionals, breakout sessions will focus on the many ways analytics is used in every industry.

  • Analytics Talent/Culture
  • Predictive Modeling
  • Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
  • Forecasting/Econometrics
  • Customer Intelligence/Marketing Analytics
  • SAS Platform: Business Intelligence/Data Management
  • Fraud Management
  • Analytics Platform
  • Risk Management
  • Internet of Things
  • Academic Outreach

Presenter benefits

Increase visibility for your work and your organization.

Gain valuable presentation experience.

Make key networking connections.

Receive free conference registration.*

Coach-class round-trip airfare and up to three nights of hotel accommodations for the primary presenter.

Sessions may have a maximum of two presenters – a primary presenter and a co-presenter – and presenters must be based in North or South America.

*Does not apply to training or certification fees.

What you need

To submit your work, you’ll need a presentation title and brief abstract (no more than 1,500 characters) of your session idea. Your submission will be evaluated on the information you provide in the abstract, so please ensure that it clearly identifies the content of your proposal. You will need to identify the target audience of your session from this list: business leadership, analytics professional, information technology, academia, data scientist.

Important dates and deadlines

Call for content opens
Call for content closes
Presenters notified

March 22
May 3
End of June

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