GE Money Finds Successful Reporting in the Simplicity of SAS

In business, much depends on the timeliness of report¬ing. But one of the largest financial institutions in the Czech Republic was struggling in this regard. “We had been working on a single report for about one month and were facing two ways out: request the report from IT, or outsource the reporting to an external supplier.” Find out how GE Money dramatically reduced reporting times with an automated reporting solution from SAS.
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