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Data Management interview with John Gill

The final part of our video series with the Financial Times, features John Gill, BearingPoint managing director. John begins by discussing how organizations can manage risks by utilizing dashboards to deliver the right risk indicators and meaningful insights. He also explores why data warehousing projects fail and what can be done to accelerate business intelligence including utilizing BearingPoint’s Rapid Execution dashboard methodology. Finally John covers the need for a data dictionary, utilizing active dashboard and the biggest information challenges for organizations.

Banking on Application Development

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Join BearingPoint Managing Director, Paul Ringmacher, as he discusses how BearingPoint recently helped a major North American bank replace a paper-based loan origination system for its small-business customers.

When completed, the project took small-business banking loan origination to a new level. An inefficient manual, paper-based system was transformed into an intelligent Web-based, front-end loan capture system used by bankers in the field. The project also features automatic interactions with back-office systems. In the first three months, the initiative became a field-tested success.

Today, it delivers straight-through processing, significantly decreasing front-end submission times, reducing decision times from up to six hours to less than 10 minutes—in most cases—and significantly lowering administrative overhead and application processing costs.