A review of customer & market research innovations. Looking at blogs, events & reports that can help insight leaders keep up with research innovations.
Since our previous post, raising questions for Blockchain to answer, I have seen more news on Blockchain Analytics. It seems many individuals and firms are working in this space. To bring together the power of analytics (sometimes plus AI), to help both analyse blockchain data and enable new types of analytics. We raised, in that previous post, the unanswered questions on whether blockchain could help overcome current data challenges &.. Read More
Ever since completing our popular series, sharing resources from the #CityChain17 blockchain conference, I’ve been ruminating on some fundamental questions for blockchain. These are questions relevant to Data & Analytics leaders, especially if blockchain technologies are to fulfil their potential of moving beyond pilot stage. Each deals with a different aspect of the key challenges (facing data & analytics leaders today) and asks, could blockchain help achieve this? My three questions cover:.. Read More
Following the, mainly banking, focus of FinTech startups, what is happening in the world of InsurTech? Continuing our month focussed on related technology developments and how they could impact Customer Insight leaders, I’m happy to share another guest post from our friends at Insurance Thought Leadership blog. In this post, Sam Evans, Founder of Eos Venture Partners, shares his top 10 predictions for how InsureTech will continue to develop. He then.. Read More
Part 2 of series learning about blockchain and relevance to Analytics leaders. A debrief from #CItyChain17 event, reflecting on blockchain data structures.
Part 1 of a debrief from #CityChain17, a really useful blockchain conference in London. Reflecting on lessons for data leaders & the potential of blockchain
Here we continue our two-part series on lessons learnt from #CXC2016 FinTech conference. Hopefully this provides some learning points, not just for those working in Financial Services, but all those in businesses facing disruption from technology & start-ups. To complement part 1, which focussed more on presentations from incumbents or traditional business models, here I’ll share the highlights from a variety of other presenters. I’m pleased to say a number of.. Read More