Improve business operations and deliver innovative customer experiences using integrated data and applications
The data economy is exploding, creating challenges as well as opportunities for financial services organizations such as banks, investment banks, insurance companies, stock brokerages. The key challenge is to efficiently manage the variety and volume of data. If done well, organizations have an opportunity to better serve their customers, innovate faster than the competition, and improve operational efficiencies that reduce the bottom line.
In this highly competitive market, customers expect to have services available on-demand across channels. To deliver on this requirement, companies must understand the needs of their customers and deliver them in a timely manner. However, it is becoming increasingly difficult for many financial service providers to quickly integrate data across siloed legacy and cloud applications so they can be innovative and agile in addressing these challenges. Further amplifying the data challenge is the need for financial institutions to harness data – both historical and real-time – from hundreds of data sources from data warehouses, CRM and ERP applications, and streaming services. What’s needed is a way to unify this data into a single source of truth for analysts to derive insights.
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Use case: Analytics and business intelligence
Harness the power of data and analytics to better understand customer needs and build solutions that meet their demands. Seamlessly source data from multiple systems, refine and conform the data and then transform it into data-driven insights so companies can quickly adapt to the market changes.
Personalized customer experiences
Leverage customer product and financial history to provide them with recommended products and discounts driving engagement and lifetime value.
Compete with innovation
Financial companies acquire and analyze large amounts of data so that they can help their customers with innovative financial products and make better marketing and product investment decisions which allow them to stay ahead of the competition.
Mitigate business risks
Insights from data help identify inconsistencies with customer’s financial assets in minutes instead of days thus lowering the business risk.
Use case: Streamline operations through automation
To stay competitive in this market with growing customer demands, financial providers are automating their end-to-end backend processes from complex processes such as approvals for loans, credit cards, mortgages, to mundane activities such as activity confirmation and fraud alerts thus accelerating delivery of these products to and improving communication with their customers.
Reduce operational costs
Companies need fewer developers with no special expertise to automate integrations between legacy and cloud financial applications, thus reducing costs to build, operate and maintain these integrations.
Increased customer satisfaction
Insurance providers provide an easy and quick way for insurers to file claims by automating the claim submission and approval process leading extremely satisfied customers.
Meet industry regulations
Due to an increasing number of regulations, it is crucial for financial services companies to automate compliance checks so they can continuously monitor and support regulatory requirements for their data and processes. This helps them with audits thus reducing the risk of being out of compliance and avoiding exorbitant fines.
Use case: 360 view of the customer
Customers’ financial data is often fragmented into various siloed data systems which makes it difficult for financial services companies to understand customer behavior and their needs. This is solved by integrating the silos and creating a single view of the customer so they are supported in a more accurate and timely manner.
Omnichannel customer engagement
Track customers’ purchases across various products such as credit cards, loans, mortgages to provide an exceptional experience across multiple channels (web, mobile, in-bank) in order to deliver financial recommendations to customers.
New revenue streams
An integrated and unified customer view helps financial services companies to unlock new customer engagements and monetization opportunities, thus meeting the financial needs of the customers and staying toe-to-toe with other nimble competitors.
Speed mergers and acquisitions
Integrating siloed data sources from mergers and acquisitions is key to streamline processes and make crucial business decisions based on a merged view of the customer and business.
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