Jacqueline Long

Principal Solutions Architect - Global Technology Practice, SAS

In Jacky’s twenty plus years with SAS, she has served in various roles including Pre-Sales Support, Business Development, Analytical Consulting, and Consulting Management. These roles included SAS offices in Chicago, Denver, and Melbourne.

Jacky has implemented Analytic Lifecycle solutions with a large bank in Brazil, several telecoms in the US and Philippines, a Korean semiconductor manufacturer and multiple government agencies to name a few. These solutions include model performance monitoring, standardization of the life cycle processes, assistance with regulatory compliance and workflow development. The primary goal is integration of all steps in the analytics lifecycle process.

Jacky holds an MBA in Economics from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business and a Bachelors degree in Quantitative Analysis from the University of Cincinnati: resulting in a highly effective blend of mathematics and business knowledge.


Day 2 - Tech Talks 29 May

Identifying Model Drift Before It Is Too Late

Business decisions that rely on analytical models could be suffering from model drift.  The real impacts are likely to be flawed decisions that effect the bottom line. Now, more than ever, contactless commerce is reshaping consumer behavior and the “new normal” has brought about an immediate need to adjust to the global COVID-19 situation.