data sharing

What motivates people to share their data?

There are three main reasons why people share their data with organisations. The first is proximity of purpose: they’re in the moment and need to share data at that point in time. They want to...

Blog - Jul 2018
Financial management: 6 examples of how Open Banking will help…

Imagine a world where data is shared in an instant, including a customer’s bank statement. That world isn’t imaginative, it’s soon to be...

Blog - Nov 2017
How business data can enhance commercial lending

When it comes to commercial lending, data quality and data quantity are important. With business data often limited in what’s...

Blog - Nov 2017
How do you prepare for Open Banking? Here are 6…

Business models are shifting and new technical challenges lie ahead with the implementation of Open Banking. Open Banking will provide a much deeper understanding of your...

Blog - Nov 2017
Data sharing in the SME environment

Commercial customers are no different to consumers. The way they are serviced by financial services may lag behind slightly in regards to processes and technology, but they are still people. I...

Blog - Oct 2017
People may have new attitudes but they have the same…

In our now digitalised world there is evidence that, for some people, value and convenience are overcoming concerns over data usage. But that doesn’t mean that organisations can get away with...

Blog - Jun 2017
Data sharing: using business payment performance information

In February 2012, a new set of rules were announced for businesses with an annual turnover of less than £632,000, allowing them to choose, if any, what financial information they disclose. With the...

Blog - Mar 2014