Analytics

How Digital Transformation is Redefining the Financial Industry

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Leaders Thrive on Data-Driven DecisionsIn this white paper, we will talk about the need for digital transformation in the banking and financial services space due to changes in customer needs, expectations and behavior, as well as digital disruptors and competitors that are succeeding in modernizing and disrupting the industry..

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Statistical Data Warehouse - European Central Bank

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I found it very interesting initiative of the European Central Bank, to provide a statistical service on-line in the so-called Statistical Data Warehouse (SDW).

Cities Get Smarter with IBM's Location-based Analytics

IBM announced that it is working with cities around the world to help them gain new efficiencies by visualizing and analyzing their physical and digital assets in real-time.

IBM is announcing Smarter Cities projects in Wilmington, N.C., Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and new results from an IBM First-of-a-Kind Research project in Washington, D.C.  

Increasingly, cities are using location-based technology to bring efficiency to their operations and improve the customer experience. They are using IBM software to get both a bird's eye view of their city infrastructure -- roads, buildings and waterways -- as well as insight into their operations underground or on the street of the pipes, wires, street lights, electrical meters, storm drains and other assets that make up a city's infrastructure. Some cities are using embedded sensors to detect faulty pipes or broken streetlights to automatically generate a work order for maintenance staff.

"Cities around the world are getting smarter everyday by monitoring and analyzing the data in their streets, pipes and buildings," said David Bartlett, vice president of Industry Solutions, IBM. "IBM is delivering a new level of intelligence that helps cities -- big or small, new or old -- to gain more efficient, sustainable operations."

How to do email marketing and do not die trying it

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Today we know the email as one of the most widely used marketing tools, but most. We are tired of receiving hundreds of emails every day trying to convince us to buy any product that we promise the sky and pretend to be the solution to all our problems.

Cities Get Smarter with IBM's Location-based Analytics

Increasingly, cities are using location-based technology to bring efficiency to their operations and improve the customer experience. They are using IBM software to get both a bird's eye view of their city infrastructure -- roads, buildings and waterways -- as well as insight into their operations underground or on the street of the pipes, wires, street lights, electrical meters, storm drains and other assets that make up a city's infrastructure. Some cities are using embedded sensors to detect faulty pipes or broken streetlights to automatically generate a work order for maintenance staff..

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