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Here Are A Few Things That Differentiate Machine Learning From Deep Learning

Take Machine Learning and Deep Learning, both of which make an appearance whenever a discussion of AI begins. What defines Machine Learning? How does it work? Isn't Deep Learning just another form of Machine Learning? We thought it made sense to try and simplify answers to those knotty questions. So, here goes.

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Here’s How Artificial Intelligence Helps Our CRM Get Smarter, Faster And More Powerful

Today, firms have access to information at an unprecedented level and must contend with a highly regulated industry as well as the commodification of products and services. For a CRM solution like NexJ, this represents a challenge as well as a great deal of opportunity, because more information about a customer is a powerful tool when used effectively.

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If Your CRM Is Smarter Than Ever Before, You Can Thank Artificial Intelligence

It doesn't take a genius to figure out that Artificial Intelligence (AI) has changed all kinds of industries and workplaces in a number of significant ways. Attitudes towards the use of AI have also shifted, along with the ways in which it has been approached. One of the biggest shifts has been the emphasis on top-down reasoning rather than bottom-up big data. 

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Client Onboarding: An Important Step in a Successful Journey

When users spend a great deal of time collecting onboarding data, the drain on a user’s time means they have less time to spend on revenue-generating activities. When data is housed solely in an onboarding solution, the information that can’t be shared between systems is lost for processes performed outside of the onboarding software.

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What, Where & How: A Glossary Of Terms Related To Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning

This is more true for the fields of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning than others, which is why our developers have put together a list of more commonly used terms to help you tell your Algorithms from your Active Learning, and Selection Bias from Sentiment Analysis.

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Advantages of Single Tenant Cloud Deployment

Financial services organizations are accepting the advantages of cloud deployment because they are seeing that unified ecosystems, more agility, and better management of investments are all great for business. The cloud can be daunting though, for organizations that aren't clear about their priorities or don't have access to the expertise required to maintain or secure data effectively.

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If Your CRM Doesn't Take Integration Seriously, How Can It Offer Seamless Access To All Data?

Working with data is always tricky because there's so much that can go wrong so quickly. Any CRM solution that claims to do its job well has to deal not just with data duplication or conflicts, but with third-party applications, back-office systems that don't talk to each other, external systems and a seemingly unlimited number of integration points. 

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If You Want Your CRM To Fail, Just Make Integration An Afterthought

Here's an interesting piece of information that got lost in the hype surrounding Salesforce's biggest deal ever. Apparently, the acquisition of MuleSoft in March for $6.5 billion was met with skepticism by senior management, until they were gently informed by a financial services firm of the importance of connecting data that is stored in disparate systems.

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Not Getting Results? Stop Using Wealth Management CRM For Corporate And Commercial Banking.

 “Vertical CRM will be the preferred CRM Choice in the next three years”1

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Do You Really Know Your Customers Or Is Your CRM Showing You Just The Tip Of The Iceberg?

Trying to tell corporate and investment bankers about the importance of understanding their customers is a lot like listing the benefits of butter to a pastry chef. They get it. They know it really, really well. And yet, considering we are in the business of Customer Relationship Management, I sometimes can't help but question what this means.

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Smart Wealth Managers Service Households, Not Individuals. Here’s How Technology Helps

Wealth management is about trust. It is about giving an advisor control of your financial health and security and depending upon that advisor to make or recommend decisions that help you meet your financial goals. When we, as CRM vendors, focus on features that give our products an edge, we always focus on how specific features can help advisors build more trust. This is what makes relationship hierarchies so important.

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Don’t use the same CRM they use for Hospitality! Use Financial Services CRM

 “VerticalCRM will be the preferred CRM Choice in the next three years”1

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