The data-driven journey for a bank primarily covers the following three analytics maturity as follows: analysing the past (what has happened?), analysing the present (what is happening?) and analysing the future (what will happen and what is the best thing that could happen?).
Today’s customers no longer review their business or operational performance from past years or months. Instead, they now demand answers to questions that supercede the business-as-usual phenomenon, which is why many financial services companies are leveraging on their massive volumes of data to capitalise on new data-driven business opportunities. The key fundamental step to start with is to create a solid data management foundation that fully supports the analysis of both enterprise data and Big Data.
Once the above foundation is established, the organisation is ready to perform various Descriptive Analytics to analyse their sales, operational, financial and Human Resources analytics. Machine learning algorithms help support automated decision-making, and data-driven process optimisation can then be introduced to generate insights that create better customer experiences, improve operational efficiency and drive sales.
Organisations today are moving aggressively to transform their team into a digital workforce as part of their key digital transformation program to achieve operational efficiency, cutting out mundane, repetitive and voluminous work that weighs down their employees’ time.
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