Corinium is about ‘connected thinking’, thank god, and produced two excellent days at the AMBA Hotel in London.
This time I had the opportunity to facilitate one of the groups along the GENERIC rather than the SPECIFIC CASE stream of discussions.
To Turn your Data into Insights and Intelligence I showed these slides to start the conversation, but I actually never made it to the fifth slide.
Before my session, Vipul Chabhra, the Global Head of Customer Analytics of the Funding Circle, presented his views and works. The figures are most impressive and googling shows even more that individuals and institutions other than banks are now the ‘channel’ for businesses being funded. It hadn’t occurred to him how ‘politically significant’ his data is!
In that spirit, it seems to me that Corinium could facilitate the collection of ‘globally significant’ data as references for comparisons.
For context is king:
- national data is too complex and being complemented by corporate data;
- corporate data focusses on actual and potential clients;
- countries ‘look after’ citizens as taxpayers,
- companies vary in size and ownership which makes a difference in reputation;
- but the trends towards more and more indebtedness are simply unsustainable.
We may discover many more unsustainable trends, once our Smart Knowledge Engine can deliver the visual comparisons of multi-dimensional time series…
For the time being, these pretty sine waves are serving as ‘proof of concept’ – especially in contrast with the Excel graph: