Melbourne Business School at the University of Melbourne and analytics provider SAS have agreed a five-year extension of the relationship underpinning support for the school’s Master of Business Analytics degree program.
Analytics firm SAS achieved 105% growth in Artificial Intelligence (AI) revenues in 2018 – four times faster than the overall AI software market – to rank second globally, according to one analyst firm.
Global analytics software provider, SAS, is providing its customers more and more interactivity with open source tools and platforms to work in the way they want, says Shadi Shahin, Global Vice President of Product Strategy.
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