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Show Notes: 

Data is driving the expansion of financial services. But how do you build data sets that are unique for each financial institution?

Scott Ferris, CEO of Attunely, Inc stops by Clark Hill’s Credit Eco to Go to dissect and demystify the world of big data. The goal is to achieve efficiency and effectiveness by giving machines access to the data so they can learn for themselves.

Scott reminds us that data cannot solve every problem but historical data is a good predictor of future consumer response. “The financial services industry is just going through the same evolution that other vertical industries have gone through” when it comes to the consumer experience. Ensuring that the data is used in the right way and for the benefit of the consumer will be the key. 


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