NJSUG 2013 Fourth Quarter Meeting umdnj-sph

The meeting was in the morning (9:00am - noon) on Friday, November 15th at:


The Rutgers School of Public Health (formerly UMDNJ)
683 Hoes Lane West
Piscataway, NJ 08854
(732) 235-9700


Registration and Continental Breakfast will start at 9:00am, followed by featured presentations with a short break around 10:30am. The meeting will be wrapped up around noon with announcements and door prize drawing near the end.


Annual dues are just $20 which entitles you to attendance at the meetings, our annual membership directory and future notice of meetings.

Fill out the registration form (pdf) and bring it with you at the meeting or use PayPal to remit your dues beforehand.

Send your PayPal payment to nj.sas.users.group@gmail.com.


How Mobile Changes the BI Experience


Paper(pdf) as presented at SAS Global Forum 2013


Murali Nori Murali Nori, senior product manager, business intelligence, SAS Inc. has extensive experience in business intelligence and enterprise product development. Special areas of interest are business intelligence, enterprise search and collaboration strategies.


The advent of a new generation of tablets catapulted corporations' use of mobile devices. With SAS® Mobile BI for tablets, anyone who uses BI for work and decision making has a new way to experience BI content.

Murali will present some end-to-end use cases to demonstrate how revolutionary the user experience is with SAS Mobile BI. He will also demonstrate how easy it is to access and navigate BI content. Discover how BI on mobile devices changes the user experience and the reach of BI content for productivity, decision making, and extracting better ROI.

Whirlwind Tour Around SAS® Visual Analytics


Paper(pdf) as presented at SAS Global Forum 2013

Slide deck(pdf) with FREE self-study links


Ted Stolarczyk Ted Stolarczyk, Senior Systems Engineer, SAS Customer Loyalty Team. He has supported SAS efforts to position, demonstrate, and prove SAS solutions for customers and prospects since 1997. Ted specializes in data management, data visualization, data reporting, systems administration, and architecture.


SAS brings a revolutionary approach for analytical-based data visualization, exploration and reporting. Come and join us for a whirlwind tour through SAS Visual Analytics 6.1, inspired by customer experiences and use cases. We start with an overview of the technology concept behind SAS Visual Analytics and enter into the Hub, leading to various destinations, including the Data Builder, Explorer and Designer, ending the journey with Mobile integration. We also offer a sneak peek into world of Microsoft Office. Don't worry. SAS coders are not left behind. The final stop is SAS® Enterprise Guide®, where you learn how to leverage the technology behind SAS Visual Analytics through SAS code..

In addition, Ted will demonstrate how SAS Enterprise Business Intelligence Server can integrate with Visual Analytics.