In-Memory Computing for Analytical Banking

Today’s market environment for banks is both volatile and heavily regulated. The agility to manage in these extremes and react quickly to changing conditions is all about having access to the right data at the right time. In-memory computing opens up new possibilities for rapidly aggregating and processing mountains of data from disparate sources. Banks can make well-informed decisions more quickly, preventing losses and capturing more profits, and handle regulatory reporting more effectively

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