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Containing the cost of Regulatory Compliance in Financial Services
Regulatory Compliance has become extremely costly for Banks, Insurers and Investment Firms and Auditors, an overhead now approaching £10,000 per employee. And the increasing scope and rate of change means this will grow. Current manual checking is inefficient, and on average samples only a fraction (typically 5%) of what should be verified. We offer an AI-powered compliance system which has delivered impressive results at leading banks and insurance companies and audit firms by automatically verifying compliance (KYC/AML, IFRS, GAAP, etc) with 100% coverage.Download Now
Five 2020 predictions for AI & Analytics in Business
In this article Mike Fish, Executive Coach, analytics expert and veteran of Management Consulting and Simulation industries makes his predictions for 2020.Download Now
5 ways that AI is changing the workplace and work itself
There is now little doubt that AI will create societal change: perhaps greater than the steam engine in the first industrial revolution; electricity in the second; and internet technology in the third. Contrary to popular belief, AI has been around for many years. It is only now becoming known outside the arcane world of computer science because the computer power it needs is now cheaply available and the data it needs is also available in sufficient quantities.Download Now
5 steps to becoming a data-driven workforce
Exploiting growth opportunities, navigating uncertainty and driving innovation are crucial requirements for every organisation operating today. And the fuel that drives this: data. Data should allow firms to overcome new challenges with confidence. However, just having data is not enough. By far the greatest catalyst for success in becoming data-driven has been shown to be people, not technology.Download Now