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I was surprised that nobody else had thought to write this article. SAS is the reason the sasCommunity exists and what all the articles on this wiki are about, in one way or another. SAS is a key search term for this wiki, so an article like this is a significant starting point. What surprises me even more is that there was only one link to this article, and that was from a user page, not another article about SAS. Since page ranking and just appearance in search engines is affected by both the content of an article and links to an article, I am perplexed by the omission, especially when there is a propsal for conducting Wikipedia Projects to improve the presence of the sasCommunity there. A quick google search for the term SAS shows the sasCommunity at position 50, well behind other organisations, like Surfers Against Sewage at #33 or San Antonio Shoes at #4, that have nothing to do with SAS software, the Special Air Service or Scandinavian Airlines, to which SAS seems to be a fairly applicable search term. - Cameron 23:40, 18 August 2012 (EDT)
I heard a presenter say that there are more than 85,000 clients of SAS (companies, government agencies, universities, etc.). The SAS website says 80,000+ but if there's a more accurate/up-to-date reference, I'd encourage it being referenced. - paulkaefer (talk) 14:08, 14 September 2016 (CDT)