SAS, the global player in business intelligence software, has acquired Boemska, a UK platform that enables both analytics oversight and low-code/no-code app deployment.

Based in Surrey with an R&D centre in Serbia, Boemska has already been a SAS technology partner and reseller for some time, serving some of the same global customers in health care, finance and travel. Now the startup’s technology and operations join the corporation completely, its product specifically integrating with SAS Viya.

The acquisition helps the US analytics company, which was founded in 1976, not just keep up with the times but also remain competitive.

Gavin Day, the Senior Vice President for Technology, commented: “Evolving our analytic solutions to be cloud-native requires us to think broadly about how we can make SAS more pervasive, particularly as the number of applications in the marketplace multiply.”

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