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CIO Trends APAC: Developing a data-driven culture

From Malaysia’s Affin Hwang Asset Management to Singapore’s DBS Bank, organisations across Asia-Pacific are harnessing data analytics to predict customer demand and improve business outcomes. Yet, doing so isn’t without challenges. For one, the issue of data cleanliness can skew decision-making, while the lack of a data-driven culture could turn analytics initiatives into technology white elephants. In this e-guide, read more about what organisations in the region are doing to sharpen their data analytics strategies to cope with business demands in a challenging economic climate.

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