The IBM i2 Summit for a Safer Planet illuminated how fraud and crime in the financial sector are highly profitable and very damaging to the industry. Organizations facing the challenges of staying one step ahead of perpetrators can apply an advanced solution that places layers of analytics across
Companies that insist on offering high-quality services and products have discovered how analytics can help realize this goal. This installment of Answers in Analytics describes how a leading medical technology company uses analytics to realize multiple business benefits.
Predictive product and customer profitability analysis techniques get a significant boost from big data and analytics. So much so that the lines blur between the phases of the traditional "Plan, Do, Study, Act" cycle outlined by Dr. Edwards Deming.
Data analytics provide companies with the timely information necessary to develop dynamic infrastructure financing models that enable them to make quick, informed revisions to their strategies in response to market changes.
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When it comes to big data and analytics, you can expect the unexpected. A wide range of companies is applying insights in ways that may surprise you. Here are four examples featuring an unusual mix of companies where the only common denominator is their success with analytics.
Today's banking environment and ever-changing digital technologies require financial institutions to embrace banking customer analytics with a new view: understanding customer behavior in a digital world has immense value.
Financial analytics software transforms the chief financial officer role from number cruncher to strategic business partner. This is accomplished with faster, more accurate forecasting, simplified and less conflict-laden planning and quicker decision making with real-time, trusted financial metrics.
The latest technologies are cloud-based, but many executives in the financial industry don't want their company's most valuable information hosted in a breachable environment. Here are five ways for CFOs or other financial executives to convince their executive counterparts of the value of the