StockViews and Bloomberg moves are just the latest additions to a growing field
More machine learning efforts are arriving for financial data management, but are they well guided?
Artificial intelligence is on the rise as a potential solution for data issues in the financial industry, with some qualifications
Data management improvements are emerging without the spur of problems or crises
Features in the June issue of Inside Reference Data focus on innovations and advances in data management
WorkFusion deploys machine learning for large banks and data vendors
Markit, JPM FCS Vet will increase WorkFusion's focus on financial data.
Gautam Moorjani joins from Markit and Tianhao Wu joins from Connotate
Sourcing, automation and processing methods emerge as means for improvements
Archive recording of April 14 webcast covering data quality issues
New York-based software-as-a-service vendor WorkFusion has launched new "automation recommendation" functionality on its WorkFusion data extraction platform to automatically notify customers when the software is able to automate data extraction processes…
During an Inside Reference Data webcast on June 25, data management experts explored how crowd computing could help financial firms manage new regulatory requirements, by sharing the burden between freelance workers and automation tools, and leaving…
On June 25, Inside Reference Data hosted a webcast about how crowd computing can help financial institutions manage the requirements of new regulations by enabling them to combine automation tools, subject matter experts and online workers
June 2014 -- sponsored by Fidelity ActionsXchange, SIX Financial Information and WorkFusion
The idea of crowdsourcing reference data processing and management work got a big boost this week, with a venture fund and former Thomson Reuters CEO lending their support to provider WorkFusion
Venture capital firm Mohr Davidow Ventures is leading $15 million in funding for the crowdsourcing data operations company, including investment by former Thomson Reuters CEO Tom Glocer
Philosophers and authors may dismiss consistency as an overrated refuge for unimaginative minds, but when it comes to industrial strength data quality efforts, it proves to be a necessity.
Crowd computing is an operating model that brings together freelance workers, subject matter experts and automation tools. For data vendors, it could be a cost effective way to expand their content and harness big data, writes Nicholas Hamilton
On March 27, representatives from data vendor companies and experts in the area of crowd computing took part in a webinar to discuss how this new working method - which combines automation tools, freelance workers and captive staff - can benefit the…