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Quick Wins

BI Knowledge Sharing offers a set of services that generate an immediate ROI.
 
 
The Code Doctor

The Code Doctor

Through almost 30 years of experience in SAS development, we've built an expertise in reviewing SAS programs and improving their performance in the area of CPU time, space and memory usage.
By reviewing your production jobs the time to build your results can be reduced by an important factor.
In almost all cases the SAS programs are a lot shorter, requiring less resources and still generate the correct result.
We did several benchmarks, that were bundled in presentations at the SAS Global Forum, for instance "You need to Consolidate Massive Amounts of Data? Select the Fastest Method or Go for Minimal Memory Requirements to Build your Result" (Washington 2009) or "Complex Data Combinations on Large Volumes, How to get the Best Performance" (Seattle 2010)

Sent your SAS code for a free review. We will analyze the code and give you an offer about potential improvements.

 
 
Data Quality

Data Quality

Most companies are aware of the importance of good data quality: it is the first cornerstone to build reliable results.
We’ve found data quality issues in many projects, in which we were involved. The cost of bad data quality is often underestimated and can be very high. Our expertise in data quality checking and improvement can help you to get better results and an important ROI.

 
 
Sampling - How To

Sampling - How To

Through our involvement in several consulting projects, several training sessions and our continuous follow up of the latest development in BI tools, we've built a large library of samples and an in depth knowledge of the possibilities of the BI tools.
Users often indicate 'this is impossible to do with my tool'. In many cases we were able to build the result. Some of these samples were bundled and presented in the internaltional SAP BusinessObjects user group, for instance: "Advanced Design Tips for BusinessObjects" (Orlando 2005), "Turn Impossible Reporting into Powerful Possibilities" (San Francisco 2006) or "Build the perfect SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence Report" (Dallas 2009).