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Data Virtualization for Telecommunications and Media
Global telecommunications and media industries are seeing tremendous disruptions and opportunities. In the most recent decade, nearly 70% of the companies in the Fortune 1000 list were new (as shown in the book “Built to Change: How to Achieve Sustained Organizational Effectiveness”, by Christopher Wiley), which is a 2-fold increase from previous decades. No one is safe! Players from many sectors are converging and modularizing an industry that was formerly vertically integrated.
Data Virtualization for Financial Services
Across continents, financial services companies including retail, commercial, investment and private banking firms are emerging from the financial crisis to new realities that will force them to change, consolidate or die. The first is overall decreased levels of lending activity and low rates that cut into margins. Second, there is the new regulatory and risk-capital regime with more not less regulation likely in future. Besides regulatory pressure, there are internal drivers for increased focus on risk management. Third the balance of power is shifting from institutions to the customer...
Data Virtualization for Insurance
According to a recent PwC survey, 89% of global insurance CEOs said they need a new strategy for customer retention and growth. That is because there are changes in the global insurance industry driven by social, technological, environmental and economic forces such as distribution disruption and customer revolution driving direct choices; disruptive business models and competitive advantage through big data analytics; globalization with a two-tier operating metric in mature versus emerging markets; sophisticated risk models and risk transfer; and new environmental and regulatory...