Posts Tagged ‘human labor’

C-Level Perspectives On Human Labor In Financial Services

Machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and cognitive computing are all hot topics in the industry. When discussing these subjects, questions revolving around the impact of AI on human labor typically come up. Vikram Pandit, the former CEO of Citigroup, was recently asked what the banking sector might look like in the future. He said that […]

A Look At Customer Service In Financial Services [With Case Studies]

Data and technology play a significant role in the future of finance; however, many tried-and-true best practices are still critical for winning (and keeping) customers. We have seen an incredible change in the financial services industry, especially as it pertains to the customer experience. Whether through robo-advisors, better user design, or chatbots, customers have become […]

Using Data & Tech For Regulatory And Compliance Initiatives [With Examples]

The data that SoFi leverages enables the company to be quick and efficient – two things that people value in companies. However, the data and technology that make SoFi successful also addresses some of the regulatory concerns by essentially forcing it to be blind to applications. Data is helping financial institutions with tasks like identifying […]

Data Is Driving Innovation In Financial Services [With 2 Examples]

Data is king for many reasons, and the amount of data we produce every day grows exponentially. According to some estimates, 90% of the data in existence today was created within the last two years. IBM estimates that we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day, or enough to fill 10 million Blu-Ray discs. […]

Financial Services Trends In 2018 [Guide]

Predicting the future of finance is, for the most part, impossible. However, if you look back (and not that far) at the history of innovation in our industry, chances are you believe the future is bright. Consider how far we’ve advanced in just the past 60 years: Modern-day credit cards were introduced in 1950, starting […]