Seen & Heard at BS&T’s 2012 Executive Summit

Hot topics at Bank Systems & Technology’s recent Executive Summit in Phoenix included how to overcome barriers to customer engagement, moving from big data to the concept of “intelligent data,” identifying the next generation of online banking and how to dominate in a “post-channel” world. Along with the discussion was high-level networking and BS&T’s annual Elite 8 Awards Ceremony. Participants in this year’s event included CIOs and other senior executives from global, regional and community banks, as well as sponsor companies EMC, Mphasis, Kony, PwC and Yodlee.
October 19, 2012


David Saul, SVP & Chief Scientist, State Street Corp., touted the use of semantic databases, contending they could be the next evolution in how banks manage big, or smart, data. The semantic data model associates a meaning to each piece of data to allow for better evaluation and analysis, Saul noted, adding that given their ability to analyze relationships, semantic databases are particularly well-suited for the financial services industry.

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