Statistical Analysis

Technology Practices


SAS, one of the largest software companies in the world, is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. Through innovative solutions delivered within an integrated framework, SAS helps customers improve performance and deliver value by making better decisions faster.

SAS was created in the early 1970s by Jim Goodnight, John Sall and other NC State University colleagues to analyze agricultural-research data. When demand mushroomed, SAS Institute was founded in 1976 to develop and sell the software.
With consistent revenue growth and profitability since 1976, SAS has the depth of resources to sustain excellence in product development and customer support.

Global reach, local presence

SAS solutions are used at more than 45,000 sites in over 100 countries – including 92 of the top 100 companies on the 2009 FORTUNE Global 500® list – to develop more profitable relationships with customers and suppliers; to enable better decisions; and to move forward with confidence and clarity. More than 11,000 SAS employees – in more than 50 countries and 400 SAS offices – provide local support for global implementations.

Award-winning customer support

SAS customers receive a full suite of support services at no extra charge, including skilled telephone technical support and unlimited, around-the-clock online technical support.

Number of Countries Installed

SAS has customers in 120 countries.

Total Worldwide Customer Sites

More than 45,000 business, government and university sites

Worldwide Revenue

2009 Revenue: $2.31 billion

Worldwide Employees

11,055 total employees

SAS® Supply Chain Intelligence (SIC):

Deliver quality improvement, customer satisfaction and higher profits with sound supply chain strategies.

SAS Supply Chain Intelligence solutions deliver a critical advantage to organizations by helping them turn data into knowledge and develop unique insights about their demand patterns, supply networks, operations and customer service requirements. SAS provides you the ability to combine data from other data sources, such as transactional and operational systems, to provide more comprehensive analysis and reporting to better meet corporate business requirements. The result is improved efficiency and effectiveness of the overall supply chain, increased profits and higher customer satisfaction.

SAS® Predictive Asset Maintenance (PAM)

Optimize asset maintenance for reduced downtime and increased productivity

SAS® Predictive Asset Maintenance enables organizations to increase revenues by reducing asset and plant downtime. The solution helps you predict events that can cause outages to reduce unplanned maintenance. As a result, you can maximize the use of maintenance resources to meet operational goals for profitability, safety and environmental compliance.


  • * Reduce shutdowns and downtime
  • * Reduce unscheduled maintenance
  • * Discover root-causes of failures
  • * Utilize all your data


  • * Integration of all relevant data
  • * Automated monitoring and alerting
  • * Predictive modeling/model management
  • * Advanced analysis workbench
  • * Dashboards with drillable alerts

Reporting House has a strong relationship with SAS and has been selected as the go-to partner for its SIC & PAM solutions.


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