Call for Content
You are the heart of this conference. The ideas you share have the potential to make a big impression on others. Consider presenting your work at a conference that draws more than 5,000 SAS professionals from around the world.
Content for the sessions can highlight:
- Expertise, including experience with new technologies and foundational software.
- Practical insights, whether they’re quick tips, small-group table talk discussions, or more in-depth knowledge for breakout sessions.
Need another reason to submit?
Get published. If your submission is selected, you’ll have the opportunity to publish your paper in a journal. Your topic must be about analytics, business intelligence or business analytics.
Whether you’re just starting out with SAS or are a seasoned practitioner, there's something for everyone.
Get insights on the in-depth aspects of SAS software, including programming techniques, technical features, and innovative and practical applications. They can also be strategies and best practices about how to apply SAS to solve industry-specific challenges.
Perfect for beginners and experts alike to share quick tips and tricks, and useful nuggets of programming techniques that make jobs easier. A Quick Tip session should last 10 minutes or less and cover one concept in a concise and practical way.
Here's a perfect opportunity to present your solution or idea in a more relaxed environment and in a visually informative way. A greener alternative to traditional posters, e-posters allow you to transport digital posters in your pocket.
Facilitated by one lead user in an informal, small-group conversational setting, these sessions will not require a formal paper to be submitted. A limited number of sessions will be selected, and each may be offered multiple times.
If you need some help bringing your idea to life, try our mentor program. Our mentors – all experienced presenters themselves – are ready and willing to assist you.
Benefits to Presenters
- Advice and guidance on your call for content abstract.
- Objective review of your proceedings paper.
- Evaluation of your presentation prior to and at the conference.
Benefits to Mentors
- Develop leadership skills.
- Contribute to making the content meaningful to attendees.
- Networking and idea exchange that extends beyond the conference.