8月 032020
 

Help us celebrate our collective success! Our SAS Support Communities are nominated for Best-in-Class: Community and Bottom Line Savings Rock Star. Voting closes August 14.

Voting has opened for the first annual Khoros Kudos Awards, and this year the SAS Communities has been nominated for two categories:

Join us in celebrating the growth and success of our online communities by casting your vote by 5 pm PT on Friday, August 14! To vote, click the category name above, scroll to the end of the entry and click ‘Kudo’. (Note: Voting requires registering, but it’s quick and Khoros won’t spam you).

The SAS Support Communities are home to nearly 340k members

Not familiar with the SAS Support Communities? Our Communities are a wonderful resource for SAS users of all levels – and a great way to connect, share code and explore with fellow SAS aficionados, academics, learners, professionals, experts – and employees, too!

SAS Support Communities began more than 15 years ago, and have grown to nearly 340k members (22,800 new members this year alone!) and are home to over 600k discussions around topics like SAS products, solutions, administration and training. The SAS Support Communities are designed to help you succeed, and they’re a great place to network, collaborate and uncover insights with fellow SAS users. Members can take advantage of specially curated content, peer and expert recommendations, critical product updates and more.

Need help? Ask the community any time of day!  Start a conversation to get tips and share what you know with others.  Our team of SAS experts monitor the forums 24/7 to provide assistance when you need it most – and maintains a community library of user-friendly resources like how-to tutorials and handy tips. If you’re new to the SAS Communities, check out our New SAS User community and our welcome resources to get started!

Thank you for being a part of our SAS Support Communities and Happy Posting!

Cast your vote! SAS Support Communities are on the 2020 Khoros Kudos Awards Ballot! was published on SAS Users.

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