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SAS Malaysia's new 'captain'

AvantiKumar | March 17, 2011
Business Analytics firm appoints new MD.

MD for SAS Malaysia, Andrew Tan

MD for SAS Malaysia, Andrew Tan



KUALA LUMPUR, 17 March 2011 - Business analytics firm SAS has appointed a new managing director to lead its Malaysian operations.

SAS Southeast Asia regional director Gordon Clubb said Andrew Tan is SAS Malaysia's new managing director. "Andrew's appointment will see the strong continuation of the SAS brand as the leading 'Business Intelligence' and 'Business Analytics' solution provider in Malaysia since 1986."

"Andrew's strong track record in business development and extensive international consulting experience in the Asia Pacific and Europe is a great asset to SAS," said Clubb. "SAS Malaysia saw an overall revenue increase of 16 per cent in 2010, which is an encouraging start for 2011. Andrew will be integral in helping us continue this momentum."

"SAS is a leader in the solutions that help companies in every industry transform their data into predictive insights about their performance, risk management, customers and more," said Tan, who has more than 25 years of experience in management and IT consulting and has served in leadership roles with Accenture, Unisys, IBM, Arthur Andersen, Bearing Point and Deloitte Consulting. "My goal is to lead SAS as a trusted business advisor in helping companies solve complex business problems, achieve key business objectives and more effectively manage their information assets."



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