We all do our bit to try and recover our environment. Whether you recycle, take the train, or just simply reuse your carrier bags at the supermarket, you’re making a change when it comes to the environment. But sadly, when it comes to the bigger picture, this just may not be enough.
Big data has the potential to transform business by enabling leaders to make data-driven decisions faster. According to the research firm IDC, organisations will spend $187 billion on big data and analytics technology by 2019, an increase of 50 per cent from the $122 billion invested in 2015.
The proliferation of digital and physical channels has never had more of an impact on our lives than today. This is especially apparent within the financial services industry, where digital transformation is more important and relevant than ever before.
Digital transformation – organisations’ use of technologies including mobile platforms, social media, the cloud and large-scale data analytics to put customers at the centre of what they do – is redefining business as a whole, and the banking sector is no exception.