Gartner Research

The Taxonomy of Banking Analytics Value

Published: 11 March 2015

ID: G00271853

Analyst(s): Ethan Wang, Mary Knox

Summary

Gartner's taxonomy outlines the four key components that define the requirements for analytics in banking. Bank CIOs should use this taxonomy as a structured framework that will help them identify the areas of analytics where they should focus their investments for the greatest value.

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Analysis

  • Gartner's Taxonomy Is a Flexible Framework for CIOs Working to Understand Banking Analytics
  • The Future of Banking Analytics Resides in Four Key Value Areas
    • Risks
    • Operations
    • Business Opportunities
    • Customer Experience
  • Moving From Traditional to Advanced Analytics: The Key to Thriving in a Digital World

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