Monthly Archives: March 2012

Diminishing Marginal Returns of Data. Giving just the ‘right amount of data’ to the end user

The Finance industry, like the Retail industry, is loaded with tons of metrics and dimensions. Banks have terabytes of data and any analysis that a business leader wants, can be viewed in different forms/formats. There are multiple ways to represent … Continue reading

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Bankers’ perspective of BI

Not very long ago, senior bankers in India took pride in informing their clients, employees, competitors & vendors about how their bank is equipped with top-notch ‘rocket scientists’ (aka Analysts), who work on the bank’s current / future challenges and … Continue reading

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Proactive Data Quality – Self-healing Adaptive Code Framework

Data Integration practitioners often handle large magnitudes of record loads constituting complex business relations. In the ever changing world in which we exist today, even the best of the breed business analyst cannot foresee the content of reference data to … Continue reading

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Real value of BI in $ terms – a way forward

The single ‘source of truth’ of information in a bank is an Enterprise Wide Data Warehouse. Customer transactions stored in the core banking systems have immense value – it is just that a smart team or ‘box’ is required to … Continue reading

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