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ASAP(tm) from complementSoft
ASAP(tm) will automatically produce data flow diagrams of
your SAS code. The ASAP application is
a productivity tool for transferring, editing,
debugging and visualising SAS programs. Built-in
program flow and data flow visualisation, local and remote execution,
and source code template support round-out the features,
making the ASAP application an essential tool in any SAS
environment. It is an alternative development platform and toolkit
for SAS users and programmers.
Have some fun, and learn a little
about SAS... try one of our SAS-themed crosswords. You can choose from
a range of quick coffee-time crosswords, or any of
tricky prize crosswords.
A ready-to-run Business
Intelligence tool written in SAS, Futrix takes
advantage of the vast array of OLAP and
warehousing functionality available to businesses
that have embraced SAS as a strategic platform for
information delivery. Read
more about Futrix...
RTSL is one of the leading SAS
specialists in the UK. RTSL designs, builds, implements, and maintains SAS-based
applications. With our imagination, expertise and analytical skills, we have
the ability to help companies manipulate data to make informed business judgments.
Providing services to the SAS community since 1993, RTSL has implemented a
wide range of business solutions in a wide range of industries. See our case
studies to get just a flavour of how we could help you.
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July 29, 2006