The sophistication of modern investment models, the complex nature of today’s global markets and the importance of being data-driven forces financial firms to re-evaluate the way they acquire alternative forms of data.
The real estate and hospitality segments have seen significant disruption, and the pace of change only continues to accelerate. To stay in front of fast-changing markets and competitors, these organizations simply must become more data driven. Today, that means broadening and deepening the types of data that are used to drive business decisions.
To meet their growth and revenue objectives in a challenging, dynamic market, retailers must deliver increasingly optimized, customer-centric services across any channel. Moving forward, the most successful retailers will increasingly be those that are the most data driven. For retail executives, this may mean rethinking the types of data that are used to drive business decisions.
The web provides an unprecedented opportunity for global organizations, offering a wealth of information on people, companies and governments. The proliferation of digitization, smartphones, and social media has magnified the need for capturing insights derived by web data. More than ever, web data can offer companies the extra intelligence they need to manage internal and external corporate risks to stay on top of dynamic markets.