John C. Brocklebank
Executive Vice President, Global Hosting & US Professional Services, at SAS
John C. Brocklebank, PhD, is Executive Vice President, Global Hosting and US Professional Services, at SAS. Dr. Brocklebank brings more than 35 years of SAS programming and statistical experience to his leadership role at SAS. He holds 14 patents and directs the SAS Advanced Analytics Lab for State and Local Government, which devotes the resources of nearly 300 mostly doctoral-level SAS experts to devising technology solutions to critical state and local government issues. He also serves on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina State College of Sciences Foundation, where he advises the dean and college leaders on issues affecting the future direction of the college. In addition, he is a member of the Lipscomb University College of Computing and Technology Advancement Council and the Analytics Corporate Advisory Board, Analytics and Data Mining Programs, Spears School of Business at Oklahoma State University. Dr. Brocklebank holds an MS in biostatistics and in 1981 received a PhD in statistics and mathematics from North Carolina State University, where he now serves as a Physical and Mathematical Sciences Foundation board member and an adjunct professor of statistics.
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SAS® for Forecasting Time Series, Third Edition
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