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Deloitte Analytics

The data in your organisation is full of potential. Stored throughout the business, it has a wealth of possibilities.

The leading institutions in your industry recognise that a better understanding of data (particularly as a predictor of the future or an identifier of existing issues) can create new opportunities and makes a significant difference to managing performance.

Analytics is, in our opinion, the natural evolution of business intelligence processes, tools and technologies. While business intelligence focuses on historical analysis, analytics builds upon this set of technologies and techniques to re-focus on the future; helping predict future trends, opportunities and threats.

Bricks and clicks - Mapping the future of branches

Bricks and clicks - Mapping the future of branches Based on analysis of over 10,000 branches of nearly 100 retail banks and building societies, our new report explores how factors such as population, demographics and the local economy, both current and forecasted, affect customers’ banking needs, and suggests that branches are indeed poised for a renaissance - but perhaps not in their current numbers or formats.
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Deloitte Analytics research and insight

  • The Single Supervisory Mechanism | The big data issue
    Investment in data and analytics should be a priority for banking supervision in the context of the SSM and could be the differentiating factor that determines whether or not the SSM lives up to the aspirations that have been set for it. This paper offers analysis of the challenges banks and supervisors share and puts forward ideas on what resolving these challenges might look like.
  • Data Nation 2013 - Balancing growth and responsibility
    Data Nation 2013 considers Great Britain's attitudes to data collection and use by private and public sector organisations. Our research reveals that people are not confident in the way that companies collect, use, handle and share data, and more should be done to educate internet users on what's happening with their data and why.
  • Analytics Advantage Survey
    The results of our recent Global Analytics Advantage Survey are in. The survey was commissioned by Deloitte to better understand the state of analytics readiness at leading corporations today – and what the future may hold. It was conducted using a mix of online questionnaires and “deep dive” interviews with senior executives at 35 companies in North America, Canada, China and the United Kingdom.
  • Next best action
    Driving customer value through a rich and relevant multichannel experience in financial services.
  • Get ahead of the game
    What businesses can learn from the use of analytics in sports.
  • Deloitte Review – Issue 12
    Insights on business issues from big data to mobile, talent, sustainability and more.
  • Open growth: Stimulating demand for open data in the UK
    This short briefing note summarises elements of Deloitte LLP’s ongoing research programme into open data, which is being conducted in collaboration with the Open Data Institute.
  • ‘X’ no longer marks the spot
    Transforming the public sector using geospatial insight.
  • Big data: Time for a lean approach in financial services
    A lean approach offers something unique and inspiring, something that connects with customers and inspires loyalty and trust.
  • Open data
    Driving growth, ingenuity and innovation.

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Highlights

  • TMT Predictions 2014 out now!
    An in depth view of the major trends to impact the Technology sector in the coming year.
  • Unlocking Growth
    How open data creates new opportunities for the UK.
  • Using Analytics to outsmart competitors
    Crunchy questions for sticky issues.

Key contact

  • Carl Bates
    Partner,
    Deloitte Consulting

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