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SAS Launches SAS Cloud Platform to Australia with Help of Microsoft Azure

SAS Now Launches SAS Cloud Platform to Australia with Help of Microsoft Azure

Clients in Australia and the more extensive district would now be able to get to SAS Cloud on Azure in Sydney, implying that cloud devices, for example, examination and artificial intelligence are nearer to home than any time in recent memory.

“Australian organisations are increasingly aware of the power of data, analytics and AI to support their people, to deliver exceptional customer experiences and to ensure businesses thrive and succeed,” comments Microsoft Australia chief partner officer Rachel Bondi.

“Our partnership with SAS and the establishment of the SAS Cloud on Azure streamlines access to this capability for local organisations and we are delighted to partner on this initiative.”

The declaration follows the arrangement of a worldwide organization among SAS and Microsoft, which was reported in June 2020. The association centers around advancing Microsoft Azure as the favored SAS Cloud provider.

As indicated by SAS, Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) is a solid market for SAS Cloud, which show solid neighborhood interest for cloud services.

SAS Australia and New Zealand locale VP Lynette Clunies-Ross says that the mix of SAS and Microsoft could support another 'working framework' for advanced change.

“It represents a tangible local investment in the global strategic partnership when coupled with the establishment of our SAS Cloud Centre of Excellence in Sydney to serve Australia and the Asia Pacific region”.

About SAS:

SAS is the leader in business analytics software and services, and the largest independent vendor in the business intelligence market. Through innovative solutions, SAS helps customers at more than 70,000 sites improve performance and deliver value by making better decisions faster.

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