At times, the volume of data overwhelms the system and some analysis is skipped entirely. In the end, there’s always a gap — analytic needs that no traditional tool seems to address. What’s needed is an analytic tool that delivers actionable insight quickly and easily to meet finance executives’ top priorities.
Extreme volatility and uncertainty are the new normal, and financial services companies must become more agile than ever to remain competitive. The winners will be those that have the best view, the quickest draw, and the surest aim — and that begins with smart changes to business processes and technology.
When it comes to collaboration, old business intelligence systems simply drop the ball altogether. Analysts, managers, and others are forced to rely on email, phone calls, and hallway chats. Crucial insight gets lost in the shuffle. The analytics platform built for today’s hyper-connected, global marketplace shows its capabilities in several key areas.
Risk, often so convenient to take lightly, has become even more important as investors try to reach farther and farther as scrutiny tightens. They require a new analytics platform that’s ready for the new era in finance — readiness that shows itself as it meets risk management’s new challenges.
AT&T wanted to assess the risk of losing customers to other long distance carriers, and determine the time period during which customers were most likely to switch due to new billing method.
Vice President of Customer Analytics Gayle Ramsey and Chief Architect Lawrence Wan describe how Bank of Montreal (BMO) Financial Group moved from reactive, non-relevant customer interactions to proactive, real-time response to individual customers—and achieved project payback in just nine months. (03:07 min.)
In this webcast, Danny Lee and Arnab Karmakar demonstrate how Spotfire's predictive analytics capabilities drive more effective cross-sell & up-sell campaigns and deliver targeted offers to credit card customers.
Many think that step changes in the volume of data being stored and processed, as well as in new technologies, alter the approach to data access. The reality is that the same basic questions need to be asked whenever you consider working with any data source.
What if you could use just one financial crime fighting solution that would empower your business users to improve handling of financial crimes such as antimoney laundering (AML), credit card fraud, trade surveillance, or medical fraud?
In this webcast, David Choi of Ernst & Young highlights key metrics and analytics for the Financial Services industry to improve the effectiveness of Anti-Money Laundering transaction monitoring systems and processes.
In this webcast, Michael Flynn and Seth Rosensweig of Ernst & Young Financial Services demonstrate how Spotfire visualizations uncover insights for Volcker Rule measurement and compliance.
Spotfire is helping bank employees easily develop rapid, up-to-date analyses and share insights to address pressing issues about the market and customer behavior. It has provided Consorsbank with a completely new approach to data analysis, which is providing numerous benefits, including valuable new knowledge, increased revenue, better risk assessment, and more successful campaigns.
“After gaining significant benefits from our initial Spotfire deployments we are now making analytics pervasive. With Spotfire as Dialog’s analytic standard, we see significant potential for business optimization” Mohamed Djadoudi, VP Global Manufacturing Operations, Dialog Semiconductor
EMSI Successfully Navigates Company Growth with SyncSite BI/CRM Solutions Featuring TIBCO Spotfire Analytics
Spotfire deployed throughout the organization to fix broken data analysis processes in billing, sales, inventory management and collections.
In this webcast, Phil Andriyevsky and Sumit Malik of Ernst & Young Financial Services lead an interactive demonstration of the TIBCO Spotfire analytics platform highlighting how Spotfire enables product controllers to better monitor and assess profit and loss (P&L) explanation and valuation.
In this webcast, Rodney Nelsestuen, Senior Research Director, CEB TowerGroup Retail Banking & Cards, Danny Lee, Product Marketing Manager, TIBCO Spotfire, and James Freeman, Senior Solutions Consultant, TIBCO Spotfire, will Explore the business value of superior fraud and AML management beyond the mere reduction in the number of crimes and their specific losses.
Fluid Markets, Liquidity Assets, Capital Markets: Winning in the 21st Century, Financial Services Marketplace
In this webcast, Senior Research Director of the CEB TowerGroup Rodney Nelsestuen demonstrates how the TIBCO Spotfire analytics platform delivers on regulatory mandates in the stream of business while improving operations, compliance, and the overall customer experience.
In this webcast, Reza Haniph and Angus Champion de Crespigny of Ernst & Young Financial Services demonstrate how the TIBCO Spotfire analytics platform enables greater effectiveness of forensic testing at leading global financial institutions.
Spotfire used by worldwide finance organization to gain greater visibility into corporate finance, operational reporting, internal controls, and procurement processes.
In this webcast, you will be able to learn how this combined solution can Increase your hit rate, add early abandonment value, and ultimately drive higher value technologies and products into the pipeline.
The trend toward evidence-based decision-making is taking root in commercial, non-profit and public sector organizations. Driven by increased competition due to changing business models, deregulation or, in some cases, increased regulation in the form of new compliance requirements, organizations in all industries and of all sizes are turning to business intelligence (BI) and data warehousing (DW) technologies and services to either automate or support decision-making processes.
Secures fact-based decision-making, cost savings, and opportunity discovery.
Spotfire imports and visually depicts large, complex data sets from multiple data sources. Deployed for multiple analytical tasks across the organization (finance, inventory, sales, marketing).
TIBCO Spotfire is the premier data discovery and analytics platform, which provides powerful capabilities for our customers, such as dimension-free data exploration through interactive visualizations, and data mashup to quickly combine disparate data to gain insights masked by data silos or aggregations.
In this webcast, Lisa Ducharme and Jacob Thiel of Ernst & Young will demonstrate how the TIBCO Spotfire analytics platform enables clients to realize operational efficiencies, respond to regulator inquiries, and improve the customer experience.
In this webcast, Paul Frasco and Todd Retchless of Ernst & Young Financial Services demonstrate how the TIBCO Spotfire analytics platform leverages embedded classification logic based on Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) regulations.
This webcast demonstrates how Spotfire Analytics enterprise analytics platform enables FP&A professionals gain fast access to actionable insights so they can make better decisions, spot new opportunities, and avoid risks.
As history shows, some of the world’s greatest transfers of wealth and most swift industry restructurings have occurred during periods of rapid change – not unlike the one we are experiencing. In this whitepaper, Dr. Mark Whitehorn discusses the heighted pressure to make good decisions in bad times and what’s required of BI systems to combat tough economic environments.
In this webcast, Michael O'Connell illustrates financial services applications of Spotfire's event driven analytics platform. Case studies in risk, compliance, trading, and retail banking are reviewed.
TIBCO Spotfire® Application Data Services for Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) enables instant access to Oracle EBS to provide rapid and flexible analytics and reporting on key business data. Using TIBCO Spotfire® Application Data Services layer, content is delivered as pre-built, reusable data services directly to Spotfire®.
TIBCO Spotfire® Application Data Services for SAP BW allows more users to easily access analyze and report on SAP BW data. SAP BW data can be combined with data from other sources to enable you to rapidly perform analysis and build operational reports with great flexibility.
With Spotfire, end users in downstream energy companies can interactively query, visualize, aggregate, filter, and drill into datasets of virtually any size. They can develop insight faster, easily bring clarity to business issues, and share that knowledge with the rest of the organization. Spotfire also supports predictive and event-driven analytics from the same enterprise-ready platform, enabling what-if forecasting and real-time trend identification from streaming data.
In Health, Safety, and Environment (HS&E) analytics, Spotfire mashes together data from disparate sources to provide the fullest possible picture of the elements affecting HS&E incidents; lowers compliance costs by proactively identifying and preventing situations that contribute to HS&E risk; And using minimal IT time, makes analyses available anywhere throughout the organization, including to suppliers and partners.
In this webcast, Rodney Nelsestuen from the CEB TowerGroup presents Business Intelligence trends across Financial Services industries while Michael O'Connell demonstrates how the Spotfire analytics platform is uniquely suited to meet the growing demand for timely actionable insights for FSI.
In this webcast, IDC and Spotfire will discuss key trends, technologies, use cases and best practices in the industry, and the key role customer analytics can play in gaining a competitive edge.
ZE PowerGroup Enhances Its Footprint Inside Client Organizations, Increases Customer Satisfaction and Market Share with Spotfire
By integrating Spotfire into its dashboard, ZE has the potential to serve more customers in more markets and meet its growth goals. Its now more holistic solution has increased customer satisfaction and productivity, and increased ZE competitiveness and close rates.
“Spotfire brings our data to life – whether it’s finance, operations or marketing – and enables us to rapidly visualize information, draw insights and take action across our business.” Ed Goldfinger, Zipcar CFO