Notifications: the Problem Teens of Data Management

There are efforts underway to ease the burden of dealing with data notifications, but Max finds that between growing pains and automation adulthood, these notices are going through an awkward adolescence.

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Like teenagers, data notifications can be a major headache. Notifications are used by vendors to communicate any changes that might affect the data being consumed by financial firms. They can also be mundane and routine to something so important that failure to respond appropriately can result in data being cut off or not appearing correctly in the right applications.

So, like teenagers, data notifications need a lot of parental supervision. Leaving them to their own devices is simply ignoring

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