Monthly Archives: June 2012

Playing with Data – Part 2. Data Visualization: Heat Maps

Often, we come across scenarios where we have to measure a particular KPI at a specific point in time, and also look at how the metric is performing against some other related metric.

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Playing with Data – Part 1

There are tons of things we can do with data. This is the first in a series of posts on what we can do with publicly available data and share some simple tricks with examples using Excel. (I do endorse … Continue reading

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Continual Investment by Banks in Data

Let me start with an old story about a woodcutter. A long time ago there was a woodcutter who landed a job which required him to fell eight trees a day. He bought a sharp axe, and set off into … Continue reading

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“We have built out-of-the-box products that help banks establish a strong decision enablement system”

Over the last 12-18 months, we have seen a lot of focus by NASSCOM on emerging markets, and this is a very good thing. However, we need to identify the opportunities and connect with the right bodies there.

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