The business world is in the midst of a digital transformation that is quickly separating the wheat from the chaff. The following article unveils the technology trends that will allow you to successfully and confidently navigate the digital era in the coming year, and considers how conversational systems, humanized big data, and augmented information will benefit everyday business.
Humanized big data, insight engines & the future trajectory of technology: Six trends that will make business more intelligent in 2017
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While service portfolios in the banking and insurance sectors are analogous, the ever-growing mountain of data resulting from digitization offers a huge opportunity to improve customer service. Automated incoming mail classification allows companies to handle incoming customer inquiries in the areas of finance, insurance and administration far more efficiently, and provides a uniquely compelling way for companies to set themselves apart from the competition. Mindbreeze, a specialist in data analysis and intra-corporate search engines, summarizes the trends in the area of incoming mail classification for 2016.
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The Roland Berger study "Wer teilt, gewinnt" (He who shares, wins) puts it in a nutshell: digital information is the oil of the 21st century. And with today’s ever-expanding interconnectivity (buzzword: IoT) and the development of new sources (e.g. social media’s extensive customer insight), this oil is flowing faster by the day.
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Insurance companies are usually considered flagships for excellence in internal organization, structure and overview. Unfortunately, they are not immune to the tremendous challenges of big data, and are becoming increasingly inundated with vast quantities of information.
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