Download your copy of Bank Systems & Technology's October digital issue now. This special digital edition of Bank Systems & Technology examines the new data management imperative in financial services. While banks have been talking for years about upgrading their data management capabilities, competitive pressures and the passage of the Dodd-Frank financial reform legislation mean improving the organization of and transparency into enterprise data no longer is optional.
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In This Issue:
DATA MANAGEMENT: THE HEART OF FINANCIAL REFORM — Complying with new transparency and reporting requirements will require banks to modernize and standardize their data management capabilities.
3 UNUSUAL ANALYTICS SUSPECTS — Traditionally reserved for specific areas of big banks, analytics are creeping into new territory. Innovative uses of the technology include detecting possible bankruptcies and identifying bank robbers.
5 WAYS TO IMPROVE BI — Banks can dramatically improve their business intelligence by incorporating the vast amounts of unstructured data available on the web in their analyses, says Matthew Jacobson, VP, Connotate.
7 Habits of Successful Data Managers
Q&A: Former CSFB CIO Frank Fanzilli Says the Cloud Can Help Tame "Big Data"
Case Study: Management Dashboard Helps NAB See the Light
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