SAS Business Intelligence
SAS Business Intelligence
SAS Business Intelligence is mainly used by the analytics teams across organizations in order to create interactive reports and …
SAS Business Intelligence is used in the department for creating user-friendly, nice-looking graphics that are easy to follow and …
SAS Business Intelligence provides a valuable and powerful way to allow our end-users to query our data on an ad-hoc basis. Business …
SAS Business Intelligence is being used primarily in our Research and Analytics departments to evaluate program changes that we might make …
SAS BI is being used by Local and Central Analytics teams to generate custom insights for advertisers, vertical level insights and to …
It is majorly used to explore our data and discover new patterns. It aids in answering any curious mind's research questions. And most …
SAS Business Intelligence is being used for health care economics and outcomes research and is used across the organization. It allows to …
The Institutional Research Department at the college uses the full functionality of SAS BI to manipulate data, and produce reports and …
This product is used by several departments across the organization. While it was slow getting groups engaged, it has solved the problem …
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SAS Business Intelligence is not the cream of the crop for business intelligence applications, but it is not far behind. The software is generally easier to apply than most other business intelligence software. Additionally, SAS Business Intelligence runs smoothly in the background when making real-time updates. With that said, the software is not as efficient of many of the other business intelligence software applications that have been on the market for longer than this one.
I have used Crystal Reports, Jaspersoft and SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS). I would recommended Business Intelligence over SSRS and Crystal Reports. SSRS is very SQL-centric and Crystal Reports is more of an end-user tool. I would recommend Jaspersoft over Business Intelligence for developing a seamless web-based reporting interface but I highly recommend Business Intelligence for end-user ad-hoc reporting.
We use both. But SAS is always the starting point to all analytics projects. It is a wider array of products and features. Gives robust results and reporting is easier. There is always this one or two things for which you turn to some other products to fill the holes.
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There is no contest. SAS is easier maintain and has much more in the way of analytics than MicroStrategy has. It can pull from more than one data source and when the underlying architecture changes, it is much easier to maintain. More savvy analysts can perform more with SAS due to its data manipulation background.