SAS Business Intelligence

SAS Business Intelligence

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Score 8.7 out of 100
SAS Business Intelligence

Overview

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A great product

10 out of 10
February 22, 2018
SAS Business Intelligence is being used primarily in our Research and Analytics departments to evaluate program changes that we might make …
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SAS is the total package

9 out of 10
May 20, 2014
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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Popular Features

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Pixel Perfect reports (5)

7.1
71%

Customizable dashboards (5)

7.1
71%

Report Formatting Templates (5)

6.1
61%

Drill-down analysis (5)

5.2
52%

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Features Scorecard

BI Standard Reporting

6.7
67%

Ad-hoc Reporting

7.0
70%

Report Output and Scheduling

9.5
95%

Data Discovery and Visualization

8.6
86%

Access Control and Security

9.9
99%

Mobile Capabilities

5.8
58%

Application Program Interfaces (APIs) / Embedding

7.3
73%

Product Details

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Reviews

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Raman Ahuja | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Verified User
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SAS Business Intelligence is more suited to organizations which are already using SAS as the primary software for their analytics needs. Learning curve is relatively shorter for teams already skilled in BASE SAS. For organizations already working with open source software like Julia and Python, it doesn't make much sense to use SAS BI.
Thomas Young | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
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SAS Business Intelligence is well-suited for companies that already have employees doing SAS programming or companies that want to move into a more advanced, paid business intelligence platform. The software is a natural extension of the base SAS system, and base SAS programmers should enjoy the visual capabilities offered by SAS Business Intelligence. The software, of course, is not only for established SAS customers. It is easy enough for non-SAS programmers to figure it out, but it will be easier for experienced professionals. SAS Business Intelligence is ideal for companies looking to have reports automated, such as accounting reports, processing reports, statistical reports, and various other business reports. The software is not appropriate for one or two person shops, unless you are the type that wants to create reports for yourself. I think it would be hard to justify the cost if the company does not have executives interested in real-time visualization and analytics. If they're not going to use it, it's not useful.
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
  • Business Intelligence is excellent for ad-hoc query implementations. We are able to provide connections to numerous data sets through a consistent user interface
  • Business Intelligence is amazing for hiding the database implementation from users and presenting ONLY what you wish them to see
  • Business Intelligence is less for suited for a seamless integration into a web site as reports are generally presented through the BO report interface
Tapan Jain | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
SAS BI is a great BI tool as it incorporates the advantage of SAS which is proven to be robust over the years. SAS BI is more suitable for a relatively larger organization which is looking for self-service BI tools where most of the users are not technically proficient. Also, since license fee is an on a higher end, smaller organizations will find it hard to afford SAS.
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
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Substantial discounts to plenty of industries, ample of users to support the ever growing community and industry specific solutions that work; all make it extremely appropriate for us.
Nicole Jagusztyn | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
Implementing SAS BI will work best when you either have strong IT support or someone on your team with IT experience. We naively went into this adventure with a group of researchers who could not fully articulate what a virtual server was. That was a mistake. SAS BI is typically installed in a multi-tier, multi-server environment. Getting the server configuration and server sizing correct from the outset is critical and the SAS organization can only help so much without inside knowledge of the needs of your organization.
SAS BI is also well-suited for organizations which do not have an existing reporting solution. Previously, our organization had no way to get data into the hands of our users outside of ad-hoc requests delivered as Excel tables or graphs. This was a great way to get up and running quickly delivering interactive reports that are accessible from anywhere and updated daily.
Erik Larsen | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User
Review Source
It is best suited to when you have different data sources that need to be combined. It does not require a sourcing team (such as MicroStrategy) which needs to combine the data into one schema before you can start joining data.The question to ask is "Are you going to have a dedicated administrator?" This is a full time job and this person (persons) need to focus on that and not be expected to also analyze the data.