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Real-time business intelligence and analytics have been steadily gaining importance in the banking industry over the last few months. This article evaluates the need for real-time BI from a banking perspective and its edge over traditional BI. Continue Reading –> … Continue reading
The banking decision sciences market is evolving with a noticeable shift towards pre-built BI & Analytics solutions. Banks are seeking ready-to-deploy solutions for specific functions, with significantly lower implementation times and measurable ROIs. Continue Reading >> http://goo.gl/mDSGd
Credit cards, the laminated shiny piece of square plastic that each one of us carries is over 120 years old as a concept and over 70 years old as reality.
As organizations scale, the volume of data within each department increases manifold with complexities emerging around the usage of this unstructured data. The unstructured data only continues to snowball and remains practically impossible to decipher without the existence of smart systems … Continue reading
It was an early stage in my career and life, when I had an abundance of energy and not too many strings attached, which made it easier for me. We were clear on the direction, given our past lives in … Continue reading
IT and business users have rarely maximized their work together on BI and data warehousing projects. A new position in your organization may be just the solution you need. As with any business-critical technology, DW/BI is a strategic investment organizations … Continue reading
iCreate Software, a global Bangalore-based banking analytics company, is tackling the developing world – and South Africa is one of its key markets.iCreate, which develops banking-specific enterprise software products (particularly business intelligence and analytics solutions), is taking the road less … Continue reading
Data Warehousing in a banking context is meant to consolidate disparate data across siloed systems and churn decision enabling information from the consolidated data. Although a Data Warehouse can address data consolidation issues, it cannot be a magic wand for … Continue reading
A dashboard is a device which displays the general performance indicators, key performance indicators, and any other relevant information to a business user. In a bank, dashboards are built for users, across strategic and operational functions.
Basel II was introduced in the year 2005 to address new risks which had arisen in the world of Banking. Credit Risk was enhanced to evaluate risk at client level for wholesale banking while Basel I evaluated it at a … Continue reading