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Develop, backtest, and monitor risk models and scorecards in-house, while minimizing model risk and improving governance. SAS Risk Modeling is an end-to-end solution that helps institutions develop and track credit risk models. It also helps manage the full modeling life cycle through an integrated environment using one comprehensive platform of SAS® Viya®.
SAS Risk Modeling is powered by Cloud Analytic Services (CAS). CAS, through its design, enables this product to effectively model and score on a large scale with its highly parallel and distributed architecture.
It integrates with other SAS products, such as SAS® Visual Data Mining and Machine Learning, to accommodate the diverse modeling needs across business domains.
The most recent release is SAS Risk Modeling 8.1.
Prior to release 8.1, this product is called SAS® Credit Scoring.
SAS Risk Modeling 8.1 provides these enhancements:
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SAS Risk Modeling 8.1
The documentation for SAS Risk Modeling is provided on a secure site that requires a user ID and password, which you can obtain from your SAS Professional Services representative, a Global Support Representative, or by contacting SAS Technical Support. To expedite your request, please include SAS Risk Modeling in the subject field of the form.
SAS Risk Modeling 8.1 Content Release v03.2020
The contents in this content release package are optional. The SAS Risk Modeling 8.1 Content Release v03.2020 adds the following features:
When you install the content package, these features are supported on top of SAS Risk Modeling 8.1.
If you have a SAS Risk Modeling 8.1 software license, you can download the SAS Risk Modeling content package. For information about this content release and its documentation, see the SAS Downloads page.
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