SAS just reported record revenues of US$2.26 billion in 2008. This is a 5.1 percent increase in revenues over 2007. This is happy news at JMP, which is a business unit of SAS.
Here's what CEO Jim Goodnight had to say about these financial results: “We achieved our 33rd year of revenue growth in the worst economy most can remember. This growth is a direct result of being a stable privately held company, which allows us to invest in long-term relationships with employees and customers.”
You can read all of the details in the SAS press release, which also explains that "customers turned to SAS' market-leading business analytics to derive money-saving and money-making insights from ever-growing volumes of data." Those analytics include JMP, which companies are using to discover ways to streamline processes, reduce waste, minimize risk and maximize profits. Check out our many customer success stories to learn more.