Nedbank Finds Value in Endless, Fragmented Data Streams with SAS

Nedbank processes three billion transactions at any given time. Data enters the organisation through various channels such as Point of Sales machines, Internet banking, social media, the Nedbank contact centre and thousands of branches countrywide.

Just managing this high volume of data is challenging enough and transforming it into valuable, usable insights is a different ballgame.

We have all the information we need to create deeper relationships with clients

Simon Marland
Business Intelligence Head, Nedbank

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Solution

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