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SAS Institute To Debut New E-Intelligence Products

SAS Institute Inc. will debut late this month new E-intelligence software, including a clickstream data analysis tool and technology that analyzes data from E-commerce systems for customer profiling and segmentation. The new SAS Solution for E-intelligence suite will be the vendor's first set of products specifically for analyzing E-commerce data.

The flagship of the suite, tentatively called E-Discovery, will provide a means of integrating Web-site data with customer and sales data from sources in a data warehouse for analysis. The system will use SAS's Enterprise Miner data mining technology and data warehouse administration software.

Meanwhile, the new WebHound clickstream data analysis tool will provide reports about the behavior of Web-site visitors. The new IT Service Vision software will collect and analyze data from customers' E-commerce systems and provide IT managers with reports on system usage and future capacity requirements.

The products will be available Feb. 28. E-Discovery will be priced starting at $200,000, while pricing for WebHound and the IT Service Vision will begin at $80,000.

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