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The Simpler They Are

The Simpler They Are

As smaller, nimbler competitors increasingly enter the financial market, banks must learn from their example and run simpler.
The Bigger They Are?

The Bigger They Are?

Bigger isn't always better -- today's big banks face greater organizational complexity, regulatory scrutiny, and competition. But there's opportunity, too.
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Digital Banking Comes Of Age: Creating Unfair Competitive Advantage

Call it share of wallet, but someone is winning this game and others are losing. How are leading banking institutions building a strategy to win?
Market Information Versus Volatility In Banking: How Many Decimal Places In The Right Answer?

Market Information Versus Volatility In Banking: How Many Decimal Places In The Right Answer?

Banks are seeing the value of better insight into their biggest problems. Is the computational firepower of analytics technology the answer?
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Turning Information Into Action: Good Data + Good Software = Good Decisions

Good data and good analytic software enable bankers to make good decisions and take action before events turn into a crisis.
How Banks Will Combat Information Overload With Cloud Analytics

How Banks Will Combat Information Overload With Cloud Analytics

Find out how channel integration and fast analytics enabled by in-memory computing is changing the banking landscape and what it take to win.
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Cloud And SaaS Will Transform Banking

Banks are evaluating SaaS for almost all new IT projects, a new survey from SAP and the analyst firm Ovum has found.
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The Test Of Effective Cash And Liquidity Management

In-memory databases can improve even the most-effective cash and liquidity platform to help you take a leap forward in gathering and analyzing information.
Cashing In On Big Data

Cashing In On Big Data

Some people can tell you how much they have in their checking account. Some people can’t. It’s quite often possible to tell the difference by the condition of their shoes. Likewise, corporate treasurers tend to be paid based on...