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6 Steps to Develop Member-Centric Models

Posted by Nate Wentzlaff on Jul 22, 2015 11:11:08 AM

As financial technologies become more complex, credit unions must design their business and data models around the member.

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Topics: Analytics, Big Data, Members, Cooperation, Analytic Data Model, data model

Having It All: The Keys to Comprehensive Data Capture

Posted by Peter Keers, PMP on Jul 1, 2015 9:57:33 AM

Credit unions aiming to build Big Data & Analytics capabilities have a lot of decisions to make. One of the most fundamental decisions is how much source data to capture. The two dimensions of “how much” are depth and breadth.

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Topics: Big Data, Data warehouse, Data Integration, Analytic Data Model, Data Standards

Cooperative Analytics: The Standard Data Model

Posted by Nate Wentzlaff on Apr 16, 2015 12:30:00 PM

In order to cooperate more effectively, credit unions must “read from the same book” by agreeing on common meanings for their business terms. 
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Topics: Big Data, Big data/analytics, Cooperation, Analytic Data Model, Semantic Layer

Why Analytics Requires Standard Data Sets

Posted by Nate Wentzlaff on Mar 30, 2015 12:43:00 PM

With systems designed to capture a robust amount of data on every transaction that occurs throughout the credit union, standard data sets are required to form strong analytics.

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Topics: Data Integration, Analytic Data Model, Data Standards

Credit Unions and Big Data/Analytics [VIDEO]

Posted by Austin Wentzlaff on Mar 16, 2015 12:13:00 PM



 

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Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Big Data, Credit Unions, Data warehouse, Data Integration, Data Pool, Big data/analytics, Analytic Data Model

DNA of the Credit Union

Posted by Nate Wentzlaff on Feb 26, 2015 12:50:00 PM

The DNA of any organism is the model of its identity.  Analytical models of data (the building blocks of the credit union) will allow the industry to make better decisions that reflect their character.

As data pours in from multiple facets, credit unions must be able to mold it into a model.  Similar to DNA code for each living organism, data needs to have a code.  Analysis built on raw data makes organization-wide decisions difficult.  Therefore, a certain data structure is necessary.  Defining this structure is how each credit union defines their unique character.  Every organism has a unique code for their life; DNA.  Genetic code instructs every cell and allows an organism to function harmoniously, even when it is not consciously in control. This is the way that the credit union of the future must be designed.  The analytical data model (ADM) is a credit union’s DNA code.

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Topics: Analytics, Big Data, Big data/analytics, Analytic Data Model

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