Posts tagged “SAS”
Retail office supplier Staples is using the software to integrate sales data from its retail outlets, Web site and catalog.
'Text Miner' system more geared toward customer relations and human resources needs, although uncovering lies is 'sexy' and 'a theoretical application,' a spokesman says. Compaq already using program -- but not for lie detection.
Led by longtime SAS exec David Russo, ASP firm adds Novo Nordisk to growing customer list, is close to cash-flow positive, and is nearing on new round of venture financing.
FullSeven Technologies is an e-biz survivor. Outlasting downturn and effects of Sept. 11, company starts new year with clients in the pipeline. CEO says "flexibility was the key."
Providence Software, which numbers SAP among its clients, acquires assets of Colorado firm. <b> Other software news: </b> BuildLinks expands; new deal for SAS
Boisvert in Q&A: 'My issue with Jim is that he's created two billionaires and you don't see the same fire in (the employees) bellies that I did in the other organizations.' He also doubts SAS will go public and laments fate of iBiomatics employess.
Goodnight still has the goal of taking SAS public. Company did expand staff. But a spokesman says, 'I think everyone is glad last year is over.'
Company is working to assemble a management team and line up customers before pursuing more venture capital later this year. 'A marketing manager could do this analysis, it's so user-friendly,' new CEO says of software.
More than 500 people are expected at the Money & Markets 2002 Conference to discuss financial issues of importance to early and mid-stage technology firms.
Can NC keep its lead as a center for genomics and bioinformatics research? The NC Genomics and Bioinformatics Consortium explains its first project aimed at doing just that - an advanced computing network called the NC Bioinformatics Grid.