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Governance & Management
Ethics, compliance and continuity of business
SAS is committed to high ethical standards in its dealings with colleagues, customers, suppliers and competitors. Robust regulatory compliance practices ensure that SAS conducts business in an honest, respectful, fair and safe manner. Guided by the company’s Code of Ethics, SAS’ compliance practices have earned the company its exceptional reputation as an ethical and responsible employer and business partner. SAS is also committed to building long-term relationships with both direct and indirect suppliers. There are a wide range of best practices to ensure the supply chain remains strong and the company is identifying the best fit for all procurement needs. Continuity of business is paramount as well, with a focus on corporate governance, information security and corporate social responsibility.
Ethics and Regulatory Compliance
Continuity of Business
Code of Ethics
Supplier Code of Conduct
Sustainable Procurement Charter
Protecting the environment for a brighter future
SAS reduces its environmental footprint with ongoing programs focused on energy conservation and solar projects, emissions management, pollution mitigation, water conservation, waste reduction and recycling, procurement and green building. View environmental performance reports using SAS® Visual Analytics to see how SAS uses its own software to collect, manage, calculate and report its global environmental footprint. Top 2017 achievements:
Energy & Emissions
Green Building Practices
Awareness & Engagement
Employees & Culture
SAS' world-renowned culture is based on trust, flexibility and our values: authentic, accountable, curious and passionate
We’re not only known as the pioneer in analytics, but also in workplace culture. SAS’ culture is anchored by meaningful work, empowering leadership and a world-class work environment. The company has been ranked on the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list since the list’s inception for its corporate culture – which encourages work/life balance.
Our employees share a common spirit and a passion for their work, their customers and one another. It’s truly a workplace like no other, based on the belief that happy, healthy people have a passionate engagement with life – and bring that passion to work. We understand there’s a direct correlation between our exceptional culture and business success with more than 40 years of growth. We’ve found that if you treat employees well, they will continue to innovate and create amazing software that ultimately keeps customers happy.
Hiring & Retaining Staff
Health & Safety
Education & Philanthropy
Meeting the challenges of the new millennium
SAS CEO Jim Goodnight refers to education as the engine of economic growth. By supporting efforts that prepare more graduates for college, work and success in the 21st century, SAS continues to play a vital role in the global community.
For the last 25 years, SAS has made education its primary philanthropic focus. As a company, we believe that quality public education is a critical imperative for our children and for the country in this competitive, global economy. We are actively engaged in ensuring that all students have the support necessary to reach their full potential and become productive citizens.
In North Carolina and around the world, SAS targets education initiatives in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to ensure the next generation of innovators has the knowledge and skills to succeed. SAS also supports thoughtful and evidence-based approaches to increasing third-grade reading proficiency, which is critical to ensuring students leave high school ready for college and careers.
Data for Good
Analytics helping humanity
Our commitment to innovation means we believe technology advancements push boundaries, challenge the status quo and change the way we live. But it’s more than just technology innovation. At SAS, we also believe that social innovation is just as important. That means working with organizations to identify areas where we can make an impact together, then developing solutions and processes that result in positive changes for a community, a city, a state and even around the world. Our corporate social innovation efforts help us focus our purpose on making the world better for all.
A natural extension of this social innovation is our participation in the Data for Good movement, where we seek opportunities to improve how people live. By using SAS Analytics, we address humanitarian issues like poverty, health, human rights, education and the environment. Making a difference in the world is at the heart of what SAS does, and just another example of using our software to serve the greater good. Through these stories, learn how SAS is being socially innovative and using data to change lives.
Data for Good
Our growth for more than 40 years proves that caring for our people, our planet and our communities is the right way to do business.
Jim Goodnight, CEO of SAS
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