Krishna, a specialist in risk and financial management, strongly urged the Office to "fast-forward" the process with a specific timeline. "Data analytics should be implemented based on data that’s already being submitted by financial institutions now," he said.
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"Our company’s technology allows business and government to leverage detail-level data for both tactical decision making and strategic insight, to recognize emerging trends and respond quickly and appropriately," Krishna said. "Many of Teradata’s customers apply analytic techniques to detect and respond in seconds to fraudulent activity, allowing them to save hundreds of millions of dollars per year. This has transformed the way they do business."
Teradata has led the data warehousing market since its inception, with more than 1,200 customers and more than 2,500 implementations, including eight of the top ten global commercial and savings banks.
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Relevant news links
- Every Federal Agency Needs a ‘Big Data’ Strategy
- Teradata Financial Services web page
- Teradata solutions for Government organizations
- Stephen Brobst Listen
- Big Data: It’s Going Mainstream and It’s Your Next Opportunity
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