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OpenText aims to help transform Asian banks’ data access and storage
Albert Tay, financial services director at OpenText, explains how the company’s range of offerings can help banks manage their data no matter the stage of their technological maturity.

Dec 14, 2012 | Carol Wheatcroft

“Big Data” is a theme frequently mentioned by banks and vendors in the context of unstructured data, but it tends to mean different things to different players. For OpenText, a leader in enterprise information management (EIM), the emergence of the Big Data theme has opened up new opportunities which the company is keen to exploit. According to Albert Tay, financial services director for Asia, “For some players, Big Data is about data storage while for others, it is about business intelligence (BI) tools to analyse the data. For OpenText, it is being able to help banks integrate all the Big…

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Categories: Data & Analytics, Data Management
Keywords: Albert Tay, OpenText, EIM, ECM, BPM, Big Data, CEM, BI, SaaS, Data Storage
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