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Top 5 Data Monetization Strategies for Investment Management


Asset and wealth management firms can deliver strategic value and competitive advantage by monetizing the vast data they possess and manage; but it isn’t easy. CIOs considering data monetization should evaluate the five strategies Gartner has identified for building the business cases they’ll need.

Published: 13 April 2021

ID: G00745131

Analyst(s): Ali Merji Darrin Courtney

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