Fest, Glen
June 2007
Bank Technology News;Jun2007, Vol. 20 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
This article discusses various issues related to the significance and popularity of business intelligence (BI) software, with specific reference to the success of BI systems at Wachovia Corp. Under the world of BI, financial institutions are developing correlation between corporate strategy and consumers' life changes, household details and financial choices. It is reported that BI initiatives in 2007 will take care of building predictive analytics for fraud detection and judging future risks.


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