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SAS Data Management Platform

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What is SAS Data Management Platform?

SAS Data Management Platform is a data integration solution, from SAS.

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Score 7 out of 10
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My organization is using the SAS Data Management Platform at an enterprise-level i.e., across multiple companies. The business problem was to have a single source of data for reporting and analysis as well as creating a 360-degree customer view to identify common customers across companies to improve cross-sell and up-sell. As there are multiple systems across multiple systems, a common data management platform was required to create an EDW for the same.
  • Easy to use even for non-technical people
  • Connects to a variety of data sources
  • Statistical transformations available as part of the module
  • Graphical drag & drop interface
  • Requires third-party drivers to connect to common data sources like SFDC, MS SQL, Postgres.
  • Debugging errors from the logs is a complicated process.
  • E-mail alert system is very primitive and needs customization to make it more modern,
  • Cannot send SMS alerts for jobs.
SAS Data Management Platform is very well suited if you have common data sources like Oracle, SAP, MS SQL, etc.. Still, if there are a bit more obscure, then you need to purchase additional connectors to connect to those data sources. It is well suited when you don't have a business team with strong technical/coding background as the drag and drop interface makes creating jobs and scheduling them quite easy.
Data Source Connection (2)
80%
8.0
Connect to traditional data sources
100%
10.0
Connecto to Big Data and NoSQL
60%
6.0
Data Transformations (2)
90%
9.0
Simple transformations
90%
9.0
Complex transformations
90%
9.0
Data Modeling (4)
62.5%
6.3
Metadata management
90%
9.0
Business rules and workflow
90%
9.0
Collaboration
50%
5.0
Testing and debugging
20%
2.0
Data Governance (2)
85%
8.5
Integration with data quality tools
90%
9.0
Integration with MDM tools
80%
8.0
  • The platform enabled us to have a single repository of customers to run campaigns on.
  • Feedback from various campaigns is stored in a single database, which makes running A/B analysis easier.
  • Helped improve data quality due to SAS Dataflux being a part of the SAS Data Management Platform.
SAS Data Management Platform requires third-party drivers to connect to common data sources like SFDC, MS SQL, Postgres. Has almost all features present as compared to the alternatives we evaluated. On top of it, SAS offered statistical transformations and strong metadata management. SAS Data Management Platform was also the most cost-effective solution despite having to purchase a couple of connectors for SAP and Salesforce. The easy of applying security templates was also a feature that can be easily used as compared to others mentioned.
SAS Tech Support is one of the best tech supports available. Not only do they respond faster, but they also have a global 24x7 support team that helps in case of production server issues. The staff is quite knowledgable and accommodating. They help you via e-mail, phone, or even WebEx if the issue demands. The solutions they provide are quite detailed and easy to implement even for someone who hasn't worked on SAS.
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