David Bowie, vice-president ANZ for global analytics leader SAS, says a safe, open and caring workplace culture is key to helping employees manage, and work against, depression even when not linked to the workplace.
Western Australian businesses will have greater access to analytics and business intelligence, with global data insights software firm SAS today announcing a strategic deal with consulting firm Ajilon.
David Bowie will be analytics company SAS’ vice-president Australia and New Zealand for a year come January 2018. The year has been characterised by growth and customer success, underpinned by the continued commitment to being a terrific place to work.
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