Nutrition is the science of how food effects the human body and focuses upon disease prevention, healing and management of chronic conditions. A dietitians’ field of work is however much generalized. This includes working with different diets, applications, data sources, articles, and multiple
With the Geospatial Analytics service in IBM Bluemix, you can monitor moving devices from the Internet of Things. The service tracks device locations in real time with respect to one or more geographic regions. Geospatial Analytics can be used as a building block in applications that support
Modernize your payment platform with IBM Financial Transaction Manager, the optimal payment platform for a bank’s path to business growth in the digital age. Financial institutions can introduce new real-time schemes and payment types continually, support existing and emerging transaction
There is a growing need for versatile, hybrid architectures that can combine the best of both data warehousing and big data analytics. The cloud is the perfect solution, because it makes it easier to build a robust data warehouse as a central “hub”, and then add other environments that can be
Using IBM Counter Fraud Management (CFM), an insurer can improve the operational effectiveness of its fraud prevention program and drive impressive fraud savings. IBM Watson helps insurers detect, respond and stop fraud with the ability to tap unstructured data.
For banks to remain relevant, they must be ready to engage in real-time where and when it’s convenient for the customer, on their device of choice, and using the latest and most accessible systems. With Financial Transaction Manager, IBM helps financial institutions prepare for immediate payments
January marked the release of the long awaited Hidden Figures movie featuring an all-star cast and highlighting the contributions of both women and IBM's technology to history. Hidden Figures tells the true story of three African-American female mathematicians, Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson, and
No one is safe from fraud and financial crimes. When fraud occurs, it compromises secure data, raises legal fees, affects the bottom line and erodes customer confidence. Fraud is universal, with constantly evolving schemes. Regardless of the industry, a new holistic approach is needed to detect
IBM’s community of big data developers continues to grow. As our Big Data Developer meetup program moves into its fifth year, this worldwide community of customers, partners and IBM developers is on the verge of enlisting its 100,000th member—when we published this blog, we counted 99,100.
Podcasts are becoming a big trend. More than a third of Americans have listened to #podcasts, according to Edison Research, a figure that has tripled in the last decade. You can listen to a podcast while you drive, walk, exercise, or simply while you relax. Listen to this “Finance in Focus” podcast
How do you start new conversations with your customers—conversations that enable them to see your bank in new ways? The answer is insight. Extract deep insights that help you expand your relationship with customers and provide a better, more personalized customer experience. What can you achieve
Many suggest that the insurance industry's operating models already include the cost of fraud, creating higher cost structures and premiums. By taking full advantage of the integration and advanced capabilities being offered by leading counter fraud solution providers, enterprise counter fraud
IoT is the next goldmine of data. Today, it’s still largely untapped information that is primarily used for operational monitoring. By combining that data with traditional “corporate” data, you can improve customer service through faster problem recognition and response, react more quickly to a
The financial industry faces a wide range of priorities including customer experience, instant fulfillment, cyber security, risk management and compliance, and expenses. A modern financial services platform is needed to strengthen financial businesses as they progress into the future. And this