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Unlock the value of transaction data with Q.Refinery
Watch how Q.Refinery unlocks customer attributes to power personalized interactions
Lost in translation: what banks can’t learn from retail personalization
Bernard Wilson explores the differences between personalization in banking and retail. Read more on how granular transaction data may be the panacea for banks striving for a more personalized experience
The incumbent bank’s advantage
Quantium’s SVP, Chris Barry explores how incumbent banks are sitting on a very important asset – customer transaction data
US banking trends
Quantium Executives, Chris Barry and Bernard Wilson discuss the key trends in the American banking industry
How banks are leveraging Q.Refinery to unlock the potential of their transaction data
Transformation across European banks
Quantium Executives, Riyadh Bhyat and Bernard Wilson discuss the opportunities and threats facing European banks
Benefits for bank’s customers
Quantium Executives, Riyadh Bhyat and Bernard Wilson talk to the benefits for bank’s customers
Characteristics of successful banks
Riyadh Bhyat, Head of Quantium EMEA and Executive, Banking & Fintech, Bernard Wilson discuss the characteristics of successful banks
Why banks are engaging with Quantium?
Discover why banks across Europe are choosing to work with Quantium
Quantium’s new Global CCO Tony Keusgen shares why he joined Quantium and the opportunities Australia cannot afford to miss
A postcard from Australia
Contactless payments driving transformational opportunities for customer experience in banking
Unpacking the plastic problem
Robyn Hill discusses the use of data to minimise waste in the FMCG value chain
Owned data: the low-hanging fruit for FMCG businesses
Robyn Hill discusses the opportunity for FMCG companies to leverage their data.
Transaction data – the trick to treating bank customers right
Chris Barry offers up a few short tricks and treats on the subject of transaction data.