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SAS CEO coming next month

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New Delhi , Nov. 22

THE SAS CEO, Dr Jim Goodnight, would visit India next month to co-chair various sessions at the World Economic Forum's India Economic Summit in the Capital.

During his first visit to the country, Dr Goodnight would also meet key Government officials and business leaders, and also interact with SAS clients in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore, a company release said here.

He would co-chair a session on "Unleashing India's ICT (Information and Communication Technology) Potential" with Mr N.R. Narayana Murthy, Chairman of the board of Infosys. He would also co-chair a session on "India and the US: Much Room to Improve".

SAS provides new generation of business intelligence software and services. SAS Solutions are deployed at over 40,000 sites to develop more profitable relationships with customers and suppliers.

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