My Top 5 Reads – Week 42

My best picks from the web this week 42. Lots of announcements this week. Also we discuss banking and fintech partnerships, and then Big data analytics in healthcare.

5 Bank And Fintech Partnership Ideas To Generate Revenue
First words: “Today’s realities in the banking industry:1. Banks and credit unions need new sources of non-interest income.2. Fintech startups need to start generating revenue. 3. Bank/fintech partnerships are a win/win: They help banks offer services that would take them years to develop and they help fintechs scale distribution faster and more cheaply than they could on their own. There are bank/fintech partnership opportunities out there that could generate revenue for both parties, yet few banks are pursuing those opportunities.”

4 Emerging Strategies to Advance Big Data Analytics in Healthcare
First words: “Researchers are developing new strategies to overcome key barriers hindering the use of big data analytics in healthcare.”

Havas Launches Industry’s First Dedicated ‘Customer Experience’ Network, Leverages ‘Meaningful Brands’ Insights
First words: “French agency holding company Havas this morning announced the launch of what it claims is the ad industry’s first dedicated “customer experience” network. The aptly named “Havas CX,” combines 1,200 people from Havas’ global creative agency groups with customer experience specialists, and integrates them based on the holding company’s proprietary consumer research, including its highly-regarded “Meaningful Brands” studies.”

SAP CEO Launches New Customer Data Platform at SAP Customer Experience LIVE
First words: “Christian Klein, CEO of SAP SE, today launched the SAP Customer Data Platform during his keynote at the virtual SAP Customer Experience LIVE conference. The new platform will enable organizations to create individual but anonymized 360-degree customer profiles using data from multiple sources within and outside of a company, including online sources and social channels.”

Salesforce to add Einstein Analytics AI to Tableau platform
First words: “Salesforce’s Einstein Analytics offering will be rebranded as Tableau CRM and Einstein’s AI and machine learning capabilities will be integrated with the Tableau platform in a push to democratize data science.”

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Didier Dessens

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