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ICB Counts On SAS Banking Intelligence Solutions To Drive Worldwide Growth

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KUALA LUMPUR, 18 June 2008 – AIM-listed ICB Financial Group Holdings AG (ICB Banking Group) today announced that it has invested in the SAS Banking Intelligence (BI) Solutions to better streamline and manage the Group’s banking operations across twelve (12) countries from its management office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Speaking at a partnership signing ceremony with SAS Malaysia today, ICB Group CEO, Encik Harith Harun says that ICB’s rapid worldwide growth spurred the urgent need to invest in a solution that could provide the Group with full, multi-dimensional insights into its banking operations, facilitate efficient retrieval of financial information and generate greater operational efficiency.

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SAS Malaysia Appoints New Head Of Channels & Alliances

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KUALA LUMPUR, 19 November 2007SAS Malaysia, leading provider of Business Intelligence (BI) solutions today announces the recent appointment of Jonathan Lee as its Head of Channels & Alliances.

The appointment of Jonathan Lee is in tandem with SAS Malaysia’s onward strategy to cover a wider market and to extend SAS market leadership in Malaysia via Channels and Alliances. So far, SAS Malaysia has principally been operating via a direct sales model.

Jonathan Lee has more than 10 years experience in the IT industry in the area of Marketing and Channels, and has worked in both hardware and software companies including Patimas Group of companies, NEC Malaysia and IBM (ASEAN). He holds a Bachelor of International Business and Trade Relations from an Australian-based university.

Jimmy Cheah, Managing Director of SAS Malaysia, says that Lee’s appointment is a clear indication of SAS Malaysia’s focus moving on for 2008, “SAS has tremendous offerings to all organizations looking to improve performances and competitiveness with better insights of its data, whether enterprises or SMIs, public or private. We look to work with partners who bring about specific vertical industry value which can synergize with our existing and new offerings to the expanding BI market. Via our direct sales force and now complemented by our alliances and channel partners, SAS will have greater reach and expertise to effectively address all sectors of the growing market space.”

SAS Malaysia has been the market leader in BI for the past few years and according to the1H07 IDC AP BI Tracker, SAS holds 31% of the BI market share.

UUM gears into Analytics with SAS

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KUALA LUMPUR, 13 November 2007 – Universiti Utara Malaysia (UUM) today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with SAS Malaysia in collaboration for a SAS Business Intelligence Competency Centre (BICC) at the university’s premise.

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SAS Substantiates Efforts Towards K-Economy

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KUALA LUMPUR, 28 June 2007SAS, the world’s leading business intelligence (BI) software provider, today launched two academic-related programs in active response to MSC Malaysia’s call for more substantial efforts from ICT companies towards a knowledge-based economy.

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SAS Profitability Management Launches In Malaysia

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KUALA LUMPUR, 29 May 2007 – SAS, the leader in Business Intelligence software, is launching its newest solution offering – Profitability Management, in Malaysia.

SAS® Profitability Management facilitates faster, better decisions on product-mix, customer-mix, and marketing or sales programs, with its flexible and reliable cost-and-revenue business modeling, the solution will provide critical revenue intelligence – including insights into what drives profitability. Decision makers across the enterprise from finance to marketing can investigate issues and develop corrective actions. By better understanding profitability drivers, they can make quick improvements in the areas that have the greatest impact on the bottom line.

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