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SAS, a leader in business intelligence, announces the immediate availability of enhanced interoperability between SAS' and IBM's data mining offerings. SAS and IBM are the first companies to deliver production software that implements an extended version of the Predictive Model Markup Language (PMML) 2.1 standard, providing customers with the capability to rapidly integrate new predictive and descriptive models in operational systems without manual interference.

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