SAS Leads Advanced Analytics Market by Wide Margin
By Mark Dexter
11th June 2011

Owning 35.2 percent of the market, SAS' share grew from 34.7 percent of the analytics market in 2009.

Customer investment in SAS® Analytics demonstrates the tremendous value organisations reap from discovering new business opportunities, increased customer knowledge, more efficient operation and greater profitability.

"For 35 years, SAS has been the gold standard in analytics," said Jim Davis, SAS Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer. "As more businesses in more industries adopt analytic cultures, they rightly look to SAS for the technology to support that fundamental change."

IDC reports that SAS advanced analytics grew 10.1 percent in 2010, up from 2009 when the company grew 6.3 percent.

To read the full article: SAS Press Release

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