See What Alternative Data and AI Can Do in Financial Services

Making Latent Bank Transactions Happen in Real Time

Alternative Data and AI in Financial Services (Intraday Insights)
14 mins | January 23, 2020

Summary

See how the Intraday platform and Hitachi's Pentaho can enable banks to put $2 trillion in cash that’s sitting around back to work in the economy.

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Host

Jeremy Brisiel
Chief Creative Officer at Swelloquent Arts.

Jeremy Brisiel is an award-winning writer, producer and host, he has more than 20 years of experience delivering creative content to audiences around the world.

Dan Knight
Chief Technology Officer of Global Financial Services at Hitachi Vantara

Bruce Hrovat
CEO and President of Intraday Insights

Bruce Hrovat is CEO and President of Intraday Insights and has 25 years of experience leading financial service and supply chain firms around the world.

Transcript

This is Studio NEXT podcast. I'm your host Jeremy Brisiel and we've talked about a great many things here at NEXT ’19 and I think we can talk about something else that we all would agree is significant and important and that is money. So, let's talk some things about money and liquidity of said money and let's do that with Dan, Global CTO for financial services. Dan, how are you?

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