Breadth. Depth. Advanced analytics that wow.
IDC research shows SAS with a commanding 30.8 percent market share in advanced analytics – more than twice that of our nearest competitor. We dominate the market because we know it's not just how advanced the technology is that matters; it's how far it can advance your organization. Our advanced analytics software is infused with cutting-edge, innovative algorithms that can help you solve even your most intractable problems. Make the best decisions possible. And unearth opportunities you would otherwise miss.
Why SAS Is the Analytics Leader
We’ve been applying analytics to the toughest business problems for decades. With SAS, you get solutions built on a powerful analytics platform – and millions of lessons learned.
COMPOSITE AI & SAS
Composite AI is the combination of different AI techniques to achieve the best result, and SAS has been helping customers build such systems for years. With composite AI, you can push the boundaries of innovation and solve any problem.
SAS Insights, your source for top analytics news, views and best practices.
- Analytics tackles the scourge of human traffickingVictims of human trafficking are all around us. From forced labor to sex work, modern-day slavery thrives in the shadows. Learn why organizations are turning to AI and big data analytics to unveil these crimes and change future trajectories.
- Viking transforms its analytics strategy using SAS® Viya® on AzureViking is going all-in on cloud-based analytics to stay competitive and meet customer needs. The retailer's digital transformation are designed to optimize processes and boost customer loyalty and revenue across channels.
- Public health infrastructure desperately needs modernizationPublic health agencies must flex to longitudinal health crises and acute emergencies – from natural disasters like hurricanes to events like a pandemic. To be prepared, public health infrastructure must be modernized to support connectivity, real-time data exchanges, analytics and visualization.
- SAS CIO: Why leaders must cultivate curiosity in 2021With the change we’re all facing this year, CIOs should be counting on curiosity to play a crucial role in how we’re going to meet the challenges that lie ahead. From the moment COVID-19 hit, our IT organization has relied on curiosity – that strong desire to explore, learn, know - to fuel the urgent changes required. And it’s curiosity that will enable us to meet the needs of the future of work post-pandemic.
What People Are Saying
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