Chad Whittenberg
Mar 7, 2022

Accessing data provided directly by employers can increase the level of certainty throughout the decisioning process and reduce risk of future defaults.

Having more data is unquestionably valuable, but data has been “Big” for a long time now and simply collecting huge volumes of data does not give you a competitive advantage.

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There’s a theme that keeps cropping up at most conferences I attend around the remodeling of banks.

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Who doesn’t love data? Banking has loved data long before we enshrined it as Big.

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I was sitting through a vendor presentation when a slide popped up titled: “Industry Pain Points.

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Providing superior customer service has been a key differentiating strategy for many financial institutions.

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Fast-maturing Big Data tools provide companies with the ability to analyze far greater quantities and types of data in a shorter span of time.

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For the moment, Kabbage Inc.

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The buzzword of 2012 was “Big Data,” but what is Big Data and where did the idea come from? Big Data is a term that evolved from the Second World War, when the phrase “Big Science” was used to describe the rapid cycle of changes that occurred in scientific disciplines during and after the war.

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Outsourcing is no stranger to big bank IT chiefs, who long ago shifted from the view that they needed to build important technology systems in-house.

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Just because something is heavily hyped, doesn’t mean it’s not a big deal.

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Surely your most critical strategic initiatives are entirely under your control, right? Think again.

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Financial services firms possess the data to make sound decisions – whether to underwrite a loan, extend an offer to retain a customer or reduce exposure in a certain market.

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When adversity happens, bankers seem to adopt one of two strategies for their Information Technology (IT) projects.

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I recently attended a conference where one manager, in a discussion of her bank’s Information Technology (IT) strategy and operations, expressed the commonly held belief that “IT doesn’t speak the language of business.

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Life is not easy for community banks these days.

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The first time we were asked to map the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure of a large financial institution, the picture we drew could have been titled “Rootbound.

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Over the last year, almost every strategic technology planning discussion or project in which I participated focused in large part on alternative delivery planning.

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When mergers fail, as often as not, somewhere in the blame line will be a technology issue undiscovered or neglected in the pre-transaction dealing.

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Occam’s Razor: Assumptions introduced to explain that a thing must not be multiplied beyond necessity.

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