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How to Become a SAS Programmer?

SAS or “Statistical Analysis System” programmers utilize analytic software products produced by the SAS Institute. These programmers work with organizations in a variety of industries to develop system solutions using data driven decisions related to risk management and company as well as personal performance also financial, fraud, customer, and security intelligence.

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Why to learn Analytics and especially SAS

One common question we keep encountering is what is a career path in the field of Analytics?

Career growth is relatively quite high in the field analytics compare to an MBA professional and especially for SAS programmer. A person is having a valid certification on analytics skills like Advanced Analytics, Business intelligence or data management & administrations.As we explained the career path of an analyst, one important question should be asked by one aspired to get into the field of analytics “Which is the best analytics software to learn?”

The answer is, SAS is undisputedly uncrowned king in the market however there many other players in the market starting from individuals to billion dollars Corporate. SAS hold the largest market share in advanced analytics, and their tools are highly efficient in handling huge size of data

What is SAS - All you may want to know about SAS & SAS Software suites

The Beginning

The development of SAS began in 1966, the project was funded by the National Institute of Health and was originally intended to analyze agricultural data to improve crop yields. In 1972, after issuing the first release of SAS, the project lost its funding until it was funded by the University Statisticians of the Southern Experiment Stations the following year. The first versions of SAS were named after the year in which they were released.

In 1971, SAS 71 was published as a limited release. It was used only on IBM mainframes and had the main elements of SAS programming, such as the DATA step and the most common procedures in the PROC step. The following year a full version was released as SAS 72, which introduced the MERGE statement and added features for handling missing data or combining data sets. In 1976, the project out was took out of North Carolina State and incorporated SAS Institute, Inc.


In 2002 the Text Miner software was introduced. Text Miner analyzes text data like emails for patterns in Business Intelligence applications.

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