Data:Realise its potential
We understand data and are here to help you fully realise the value and benefits of what you have. We use the latest analytics, technology, machine-learning and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to help you excel in your chosen market. We create competitive advantage by providing insights and leveraging analytics. Whether it’s analytics, governance or science, we are here to help transform basic information into valuable business assets.
Data:Realise the potential of your data
We understand data and are here to help you fully realise the value and benefits of what you have. We use the latest analytics, technology, machine-learning and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to help you excel in your chosen market. We create competitive advantage by providing insights and leveraging data analytics. Whether it’s analytics, governance or data science, we are here to help transform basic information into valuable business assets.
Our data expertise:
Our solution for implementing and refining analytics provides you with a faster and more accurate insight into your data.
Our governance solution enables cost effective control of data across all domains and functions.
Our quality metrics look beyond quality and technology KPIs to a comprehensive set of metrics that enable decisive management action.
Our regulatory solutions look at the issues around sourcing, lineage and quality and provide a holistic approach to managing end-to-end implementation of regulations.
Data-Driven Target Operating Model (TOM)
We not only design TOMs but validate them by means of prototyping, ensuring that your organisation is ready for the future.
Data should answer both the implicit and explicit questions. Our visualisation solution reduces organisational complexity by presenting information that is insightful and informative.
With the deadline for the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) fast approaching, many organisations are struggling to define their requirements and assess the operational impact the changes will have on their data governance programmes. Brickendon looks at how banks should be aligning their GDPR programmes with their overall data-management capabilities gives advice on how to identify overlaps and gaps.
Many financial institutions are struggling with the regulatory requirements of BCB S239. Brickendon’s extensive experience in regulatory change projects helped us develop a mechanism to support this particular bank’s attestation to the regulator and provide a robust interpretation of the regulation itself to drive minimum standards of compliance.
A large global banking client was seeking to transform the way that data was used within its Investment Bank. The aim was to manage the data more efficiently, consistently and transparently in order to reduce storage and infrastructure costs. One of the main challenges was lack of data standardisation – inconsistent naming convention across the bank
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