At the 30th Annual SAS Users Group International (SUGI 30) Conference in Philadelphia, SAS unveiled integrated business intelligence applications that will allow organizations to visualize and analyze data relationships in new ways by considering both location and traditional business information (BI) dimensions together.

The combination of SAS, a leader in business intelligence and analytics, and ESRI, a leader in geographic information system (GIS) software, will enable organizations to apply the best technology to solve high-value business problems that inherently consider the impact of spatial relationships as part of the intelligence creation process.  Organizations will be hard- pressed to find alternate solutions that provide the power and flexibility that SAS and ESRI provide.

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