Waters USA: Meld Man and Machine to Guide Data’s ‘Digital Transformation’

At the recent Waters USA event, experts discussed how firms can leverage technology innovation to guide the data digitization process, and where human intervention remains important.

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Digital transformation is an essential element of any financial firm’s modern data “journey,” though this still requires significant human intervention to be successful, said panelists at the recent Waters USA conference in New York.

There are two human elements to data management: on the one hand, data management must recognize human aspects of the financial workflow—for example, recognizing clients based on their data. And on the second hand, humans still need to be involved in the evolution

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