Monthly Archives: August 2013

Managing Risk in Banks: Contextualising the ‘VaR Coherency’ Dimension

VaR is a statistical method to measure the financial risk either firm wide or at a financial instrument level. The statistical significance of the results produced using VaR and its application to take business decisions is a much debated topic. … Continue reading

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Driving the Enterprise Business Intelligence (BI) Agenda: The Role of CIOs as Change Agents

Introduction Today, BI and Analytics seem to be the buzzwords and figure in the top priority list of most CIOs. However, this doesn’t mean that CIOs have an easy time in getting necessary funds or the required support from all … Continue reading

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An “acentric” approach to customer-centricity

As part of their efforts to be more customer-centric, progressive organizations are investing considerable resources to simplify their product offerings and processes. Despite having invested in good DW/BI tools and technologies, conventional methodologies in understanding customer behavior patterns are not … Continue reading

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