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Industry data models serve as maps to an organization's information. Whether you're traveling or designing a data warehouse, maps and models can help you navigate the environment and home in on the details that could influence or affect your journey.
"[Logical] data models are key to successful risk management for financial institutions."
Sam Harris, "Avoid the Pitfalls", Teradata Magazine, 2009 , Creating a Data-Driven Advantage in Financial Services
Basel III, IAS, the pressure on revenue and costs, and increased risk of doing business demand an integrated view of your business’s performance. The continued convergence of banks and insurance companies, the rise of new technologies, and changing customer needs and demands has combined to create a marketplace where customer knowledge gives you a true competitive advantage.
Teradata Financial Services Data Model (FSDM) is an integrated, cross-functional model that provides an enterprise-wide view of data. It’s a comprehensive, flexible blueprint of how your data is organized and provides structure that allows you to manage your information. Working with Teradata Financial Services Data Integration Roadmap, Teradata Financial Services Data Model is easily extendable by adding entities or sets of attributes to help you avoid costly re-designs.
Financial Services Data Model subject areas provide a single-source view into financial and risk management data that can help deliver cost savings across your business in areas including:
Financial Services Data Model can benefit several areas of your business, including:
Teradata Financial Services Data Model is the only integrated data model that supports retail and commercial banking, brokerage, investment, charge card and insurance in one integrated data model. It provides:
Discover how these additional Teradata products can boost productivity and efficiency across your business:
Use unified detailed enterprise views to pinpoint risk, manage funds, speed compliance fulfillment, and improve operations efficiency.
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