There is no doubt that the risk of cyber attack is growing rapidly as online criminals become more adept. They have the potential to damage national economies and radically undermine an organization’s growth, innovation, competitive advantage and reputation. The World Economic Forum says that cyber attacks are an enormous risk for major institutions but it adds that improved cyber security could save the world economy trillions of dollars. We carried out a major piece of research to explore how organizations in North America are preparing for this new era of digital criminality.
In the first installment of our recent Global C-suite Study, we spoke in person with 4,183 top executives covering more than 20 industries to find out how CxOs are earning the loyalty of digitally enfranchised customers and citizens.1 In this report we delve more deeply into what the 1,656 CIOs we interviewed are doing to help their enterprises become more “customer-activated.”
Case Study – Pacific Life Insurance Company: In order to continue providing its customers with top notch services, Pacific Life needed a solution that could enable greater visibility into its data. With no business intelligence solution in place, Pacific Life lacked visibility into data and was unable to identify ways to improve business processes. Pacific Life deployed QlikView to Sales, Marketing and Product Design, demonstrating to senior level executives that data analytics would have a large impact on the company’s offerings.
Bank Leumi was the first company in Israel to adopt a comprehensive, automated, intelligent self-service solution into its customer service strategy. The bank’s KANA IQ deployment is a complete success by every measure with training cost savings of 66 percent, 17 percent call avoidance and a great many other benefits.
Apptio Technology Business Management (TBM) software is a suite of cloud applications that give IT leaders the facts they need to make faster decisions, improve efficiency and communicate business value. By providing a purpose-built management system for IT, we connect IT spending with business priorities so you can choose to do more of what your business needs and less of what’s no longer important. With Apptio’s software, you can foster a fact-driven, business-focused technology organization.
Commercial organizations are under increasing attack from ﬁnancial crime. And as those carrying out traditional fraud are adopting new techniques, that until recently were the domain of sophisticated cyber espionage groups, so commerce now has to manage a growing strategic risk to both their bottom-line and their brand reputation. Cyber enabled ﬁnancial crime is here to stay.
Over 2,500 Financial Services institutions rely on QlikView to empower business users and decision-makers today, by providing access to on-demand analysis, insights and business discovery. QlikView is the leading Business Discovery platform, delivering true self-service BI that empowers business users by driving innovative decision-making. While QlikView can be applied to practically any business area, the Top 10 Solutions for Financial Services highlight some of the most common areas that QlikView is deployed across the ﬁnancial services industries.
Customers are more savvy, more online and more critical than ever before.That's why they come to Branch 2015. Branch 2015 is more than just the bank of the future.It's the future of banking.
At the core of every trade is communication. But today’s conversations are rarely one dimensional. Traders are engaged in multiple discussions with clients, brokers and colleagues – across the desk, throughout the business and around the globe. Introducing OpenScape Xpert from Unify, the multi-line trading floor communications solution that’s proven across the world’s major trading institutions. It’s designed to increase the efficiency of your trading floor. Energy, commodities or currency, it doesn’t matter. In any trading environment, OpenScape Xpert simplifies your complex communications environment so you can manage – with ease – the extensive calls you make and receive every day.
Using SDN concepts to create an infrastructure in which network resources are as readily consumable as compute and storage resources.