SAS has historically found a home for its e-intelligence software with big corporations -- the company’s software is installed in more than 90% of Fortune 500 companies, according to Current Analysis Inc.
But now that the middle market for business intelligence and customer relationship management software is heating up, SAS wants in on the action and that’s precisely the reason SAS is forming a marketing and product alliance with Sagent.
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