In this week's real-time analytics news: Three industry efforts aim to address the challenges of developing and deploying artificial intelligence apps, and …
Topic: Financial Services
How banks, credit unions, and other financial services gain business value from the use of real-time analytics on transactions and products.
With the rise of more sophisticated fraud tactics, it’s become even more essential for businesses to find better ways to predict fraud risk.
FinServs can address latency issues by putting data closer to the application or customer. In this way, data is served faster.
Today’s banking customers expect real-time interactions and are used to getting an instant response when using applications or accessing
In this week's real-time analytics news: Multiple IBM partnerships with end-user companies to speed digital transformation and
Hybrid cloud offers banks a way to modernize their legacy systems, allowing them to offer the real-time applications and services customers
Cloud migration is key to providing new services and capabilities that are now in demand.
Blockchain doesn’t just improve existing industry applications, it overturns our very understanding of how those industries can operate.
As companies remerge from the pandemic, controlling costs is the new priority. As a result, the cost of innovation is being watched closer than
Pharmaceutical giant AbbVie and the U.S. Air Force flex some AI muscle, multiple partnerships aim to leverage AI in financial services and the edge, and more.