by Banker & Tradesman | Dec 29, 2019
As 2020 dawns, we are in the midst of another technological revolution in the banking industry – the monetization of “big data.” Once again, this innovation will provide both opportunities and risks for banks.
by The Associated Press | Dec 4, 2019
For years, Google and Facebook have been showing ads based on a consumer’s online behavior. Now banks, too, want to turn data they already have on consumers spending habits into extra revenue by identifying likely customers for retailers.
by Banker & Tradesman | May 26, 2019
Historically, service has been at the heart of the hotel industry – with personalization only available at the uppermost levels of hotel luxury, where the staff to guest ratio is the highest. However, today with the proliferation of lifestyle brands, that level of customization is expected across the spectrum of hotel types.
by Banker & Tradesman | Apr 28, 2019
Data analysis of retail opening and closing times can help developers and city planners to mix and match ground-floor retail uses that generate activity at various times of the day and week.
by William F. Lyons Jr. | Feb 26, 2017
We often think of mobility as the transportation of people and goods within and between communities. This is the essential function of our transportation systems. Our transportation system is, and always will be, the lifeblood of our economy – no matter what form our future mobility takes.
by Banker & Tradesman | Mar 13, 2016
Massachusetts, one of the most populous states in the U.S. and with the longest settlement, has a lot of houses near waste landfill – from active, inactive to closed. GeoHome, a big data startup for real estate, ran an analysis combining The Warren Group’s housing data, land use survey history and information from the Environmental Protection Agency, and found the following interesting patterns.
by Colleen M. Sullivan | May 7, 2015Big data and web technology finally are having an...