In this omni channel world, consumers leave clues about their purchasing decisions at every touch point. What data analytics can you leverage to optimize your marketing message and merchandising? Well, it turns out, a lot.
Today's consumers tend to be constantly connected, digitally savvy, convenience-loving and price-sensitive. This is true for all industries and is changing the ways banks are doing business. To keep a customer, banks need to find ways to optimize each interaction and they are able to do this with
Predictive analytics provides real-time insights into your customers, employees and processes, fueling better decisions throughout your business. This presentation gives an overview of how predictive analytics can strengthen four key areas of your business for improved performance and competitive
Fraud is a primary concern for financial institutions, particularly in the relatively porous channels opened by electronic banking and payments, which have seen notable exploitation by organized crime. However, some leading financial institutions have used emerging big data and analytics
Designing a sales compensation system is difficult—and when managers rely on hunches in the process, the task becomes even harder. However, a new solution replaces guesswork with quantifiable analytics that help uncover insights in compensation data.
Explore the IBM i2 Summit for a Safer Planet in pictures taken from general and breakout sessions. Experts in various security-related fields—including law enforcement, emergency management, defense/national security, cyberthreat intelligence and counter-fraud—gathered to discuss new, more
What can the office of finance learn from Earth’s toughest endurance cycling race? Ride along with ultracyclist Dave Haase, discovering how he used insights supplied by IBM Analytics to become the fastest American to have competed in the Race Across America in 16 years.