The companies say they will help their clients "strategise and transform data into intelligence, using smart tools and global resources to understand the implications of every choice, as well as improving operations and cutting expenses."
The collaboration is said to combine market leading analytics with the industry's most comprehensive, highly qualified technical data professionals.
The joint effort will have a particular focus on the government, healthcare and financial services sectors.
Catapult BI's analytics consultancy has grown from 12 people to 55 people since it started in 2004.
"Data can help to make the right decision, to give your business a great competitive advantage. With the right data strategy and solution, we help businesses to connect data silos, and transform into a data-driven organisation or enterprise," said Catapult BI CEO Jon Gray (pictured).
SAS ANZ Director of Alliances and Channel Dermot McCutcheon said "We are very proud to be partnering with Catapult BI. We have long had significant customers in common across both the public and private sectors and are well aware of their excellent reputation and leadership in data management and analytics."