IBM gives you 20 new solutions to enhance work productivity in your organisation
If you are looking for solutions to increase client satisfaction, trust and revenue growth with private clients,
IBM has something or the other for every sector, be it retail, banking, media and entertainment or oil and gas. It will enable them to understand the market and take steps accordingly for higher deliverance at the customers end.
“We believe organizations need capabilities that enable greater speed and minimize the effort required to generate actionable insights. This requires pre-built solutions that are tailored to address each industry’s unique challenges. With today’s news, IBM is putting powerful analytics in the hands of every business user to help them see patterns, pursue ideas and improve all types of decisions impacting their industry,” said Alistair Rennie, General Manager of Analytics Solutions at IBM.
Their new initiative is already receiving positive responses. Joachim Lauterbach, President,
“Combining client data, market data and product data with predictive analytics and intelligence in the solution allows us to provide financial institutions with a level of customer insight and service never before accessible to advisors or self directed investors,” said Joachim.
Australian financial institution,
"We are very excited to be working with IBM to develop a deeper understanding of our customers. We are continuing to advance our use of cloud based technology and exploring advanced analytics options so that we can provide an even greater level of service and value to our customers," said Kevin Dole, General Manager, Technology Services, at Bendigo and Adelaide Bank.
IBM Maximo Asset Management has also been pre-integrated, providing enhanced capabilities for work management, job plans, work order tracking, service requests and reporting.
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