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MY Outlook 2021: How Analytics Fast-Tracks the Journey to Recovery in Banks Ep 2

Episode Summary:
For the seventh consecutive year, SAS is positioned as a Leader in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science & Machine Learning Platforms. Find out more from Irene Xu, our Director of Banking Practice on how SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine learning can benefit the Banking industry in this episode.

Malaysia Outlook Series Summary:
Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

- Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
- The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
- Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
- How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
- Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020

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    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020

    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021

    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions

    - How insurers can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise

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    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020

    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021

    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions

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    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020

    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021

    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions

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    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020

    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021

    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions

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    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    COVID-19 is one of the biggest global events and challenges in our lifetime. Pervasive not just in its spread, but also in the impacts to how and where we work.

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    In adversity, an opportunity arises to understand, re-assess, and position for the future. Join us in this webinar as we share our latest insights from listening to our clients’ concerns and our own research, as we explore the future of sales, the evolving workplace, and the possibilities with data gathered from the more digitalized world to thrive again in the post-COVID-19 world.

    Join this webinar to learn:
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    Of course, all models simplify reality by making assumptions and emphasizing some performance criteria over others. At one extreme, we have many relatively simple but rapidly evolving scoring models combining different attributes to evaluate customers' propensity to perform some action, like click on a web page, or buy a product. By their nature, these highly dynamic models get quick feedback on their effectiveness and can themselves be scored as part of a statistical experiment or incorporated into an Auto-ML/stepwise regression framework.

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    On top of widespread suffering from a global health perspective, the Coronavirus pandemic has given rise to a variety of scams that significantly increase the risk of identity and credential-theft. As consumers seek credit solutions to support their disrupted income, fraudsters are hiding amongst the commotion, using identity theft to commit application fraud. In parallel, customer behavior is changing. Closure of branches and the desire to bank from home are migrating vast numbers to the digital world, making it harder to distinguish between the genuine customer and the imposter.

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    Colin Dinn, Advisor, Digital and Data Transformation Lead, Security Bank Philippines
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    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    Episode Summary:
    For the seventh consecutive year, SAS is positioned as a Leader in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science & Machine Learning Platforms. Find out more from Irene Xu, our Director of Banking Practice on how SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine learning can benefit the Banking industry in this episode.

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    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    Malaysia Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    Michael Araneta, Associate Vice President, Head of Research & Advisory, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific
    Episode Summary:
    Join Michael Araneta, Associate Vice President, IDC Financial Insights, as he shares insights and trends in the recent IDC research in the Banking industry.

    Philippines Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    Michael Araneta, Associate Vice President, Head of Research & Advisory, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific
    Episode Summary:
    Join Michael Araneta, Associate Vice President, IDC Financial Insights, and Irene Xu, Director of Banking Practice, APAC, SAS, as they discuss advanced analytics use cases and trends in the Banking industry in Indonesia.

    Indonesia Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
  • SG Outlook 2021: How Analytics Fast-Tracks the Journey to Recovery in Banks Ep 3 Recorded: Jan 28 2021 36 mins
    Chen Huaxing, Head of Data & Analytics, UOB
    Episode Summary:
    Join our guest speaker, Chen Huaxing, Head of Data & Analytics, UOB, in our panel discussion as our speakers share more on the use of analytics in Banks in the pandemic.

    Singapore Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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    Ruangroj Poonpol, President of Technology, Kasikornbank Public Company Limited
    Episode Summary:
    Join our guest speaker Ruangroj Poonpol, President of Technology, Kasikornbank Public Company Limited, as he shares more on the use of analytics and machine learning in Banks in this pandemic.

    Thailand Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
  • MY Outlook 2021: How Analytics Fast-Tracks the Journey to Recovery in Banks Ep 2 Recorded: Jan 26 2021 18 mins
    Irene Xu, Director of Banking Practice, SAS Global Industry Practice, APAC, SAS
    Episode Summary:
    For the seventh consecutive year, SAS is positioned as a Leader in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science & Machine Learning Platforms. Find out more from Irene Xu, our Director of Banking Practice on how SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine learning can benefit the Banking industry in this episode.

    Malaysia Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
  • TH Outlook 2021: How Analytics Fast-Tracks the Journey to Recovery in Banks Ep 2 Recorded: Jan 22 2021 18 mins
    Irene Xu, Director of Banking Practice, SAS Global Industry Practice, APAC, SAS
    Episode Summary:
    For the seventh consecutive year, SAS is positioned as a Leader in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science & Machine Learning Platforms. Find out more from Irene Xu, our Director of Banking Practice on how SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine learning can benefit the Banking industry in this episode.

    Thailand Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
  • ID Outlook 2021: How Analytics Fast-Tracks the Journey to Recovery in Banks Ep 2 Recorded: Jan 22 2021 18 mins
    Irene Xu, Director of Banking Practice, SAS Global Industry Practice, APAC, SAS
    Episode Summary:
    For the seventh consecutive year, SAS is positioned as a Leader in 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science & Machine Learning Platforms. Find out more from Irene Xu, our Director of Banking Practice on how SAS Visual Data Mining and Machine learning can benefit the Banking industry in this episode.

    Indonesia Outlook Series Summary:
    Analytics capabilities are coming together to give financial institutions a great chance to get on to a path to recovery. IDC Financial Insights presents its most recent research on the practical, real-life, and on-the-ground use of analytics as banks in the ASEAN region stay on course to compete well in 2021 and beyond.

    Join this session for Essential Guidance for 2021:

    - Top 3 data management and analytics use cases that were able to withstand the challenge of 2020
    - The role of analytics in the five stages of recovery, and the new data-driven solutions for 2021
    - Analytics with financial services context: the experience of data and analytics-driven financial institutions
    - How banks can ensure trusted and effective use of analytics to make decisions throughout the enterprise
    - Evolving best practices in data management, advanced analytics, AI/ML useful in the next normal
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