Blog: Data Analytics

Data Analytics

  • The Democratization of data: Protecting consumer rights in the battle over data access

    By on March 20, 2017

    How much should I save for retirement? How aggressively should I pay down my student debt? How much money should I have in savings?  Millions of consumers face these types of questions every day as they seek to gain control over their finances. As they work to right-size their financial lives, consumers often turn to trusted financial advisors, friends, and […]

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  • Envestnet | Yodlee to Demo Open Banking API at FinovateEurope

    By on February 6, 2017

    Since 2015, open API initiatives have gained increasing traction in the EU and retail banking is on the verge of unprecedented change. The Second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) is a significant evolution of existing regulation for the payments industry, which requires banks to open up their customers’ account data to newly regulated third party providers.

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  • Envestnet | Yodlee Updates Transaction Categories to Improve Spending Insights

    By on December 15, 2016

    How can transaction data categories help financial app developers better understand user’s spending behavior and improve their financial wellness?

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  • Data Intelligence for Future Financial Services

    Envestnet | Yodlee Helps Financial Institutions Leverage Data Intelligence to Increase Competitive Advantage

    By on November 7, 2016

    What if you could bring a customer’s entire financial life into focus on a daily basis? What if your applications could help customers save money and make better financial decisions, and ultimately improve their financial wellness?

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  • Amazon vs. Walmart: What The Numbers Tell Us

    By on March 22, 2016

    There has been no shortage of stories over the years about the rivalry between brick and mortar retail giant Walmart and online titan Amazon.com. The fight for share of market between these two companies has been intense and heated at times, with Walmart recently pledging billions of its dollars in an effort to play catch-up, and with Amazon announcing in […]

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  • Examining The ‘March Madness Pop’ At Sports-Themed Eateries

    By on March 16, 2016

    While millions of American office workers are busy filling out their March Madness brackets in hopes that this is the year Gonzaga finally cracks the Final Four, sports bars and sports-themed restaurants across the country are gearing up for a sharp increase in business during the month-long tournament. If the past is any indicator (and it generally is), bars and […]

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  • Totum: Bringing Once-Exclusive Data to Everyday Investors

    By on February 9, 2016

    The following guest post comes from Min Zhang, Co-Founder of Totum, which offers holistic and bespoke wealth analytics for financial advisors. Learn more at www.totumwealth.com. We look at it this way: It’s easy to lead an informed life today. We can track how many steps we take, compare reviews and prices on almost anything before buying, and know a lot […]

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  • Retail’s Big Show Takeaways

    Three Takeaways from Retail’s Big Show in NYC

    By on January 28, 2016

    Three Big Takeaways from Retail’s Big Show in NYC More than 30,000 industry leaders, professionals and product and service providers were on hand in mid-January for what is considered the retail industry’s equivalent of the Super Bowl. Held annually in New York City, the National Retail Federation’s “Big Show” is four days of education, networking and opportunities to learn about […]

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  • Branding for Startups

    Branding for Startups: Why and How

    By on January 20, 2016

     I started 1185 Design on 11/11/85. In the 30 years since, we’ve worked with some of the biggest, global brands in technology. But we have also started at the ground floor with dozens of startups and helped many of them grow into global brands. Startup founders are understandably focused on perfecting their products, and may wonder why they need to […]

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    Find Your Product/Market Fit

    By on January 13, 2016

    How do you know there is a market for your product? All too often, smart people have clever product ideas that may not fit with what the market wants. I advocate getting to “yes” fast, but getting to “no” faster. Painful as it may be, it’s better to know quickly whether a market exists for your product and, if not, […]

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