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Ed Downs

Ed Downs uses his considerable experience in financial services - as a former regulator, banker, and fintech innovator - to drive awareness and adoption of MarkLogic solutions in the banking and insurance verticals. He has also authored a book on personal finance and donates time and money to financial literacy education.

June 11, 2019
Data reconciliation is a critical component of financial services and insurance operations, but the inability to fully automate it is a pervasive challenge with many firms still relying on manual processes.
With MarkLogic, Great American Insurance Group will be able to reduce IT complexity and increase productivity by handling more integration projects per year.
April 8, 2019
Find out why data lineage is an imperative for data-driven businesses and how to deploy using implementation best practices.
Industry perspectives from the panel - Innovation, Disruption and You from the Wall Street Technology Association event on November 7, 2018.
Find out how a trade data hub from MarkLogic helps financial services organizations modernize trade architectures to improve operational and financial performance.
October 15, 2018
Learn why trade lifecycle architectures built on legacy database technology must be modernized for investment banks to improve business performance.
Companies in the insurance industry can learn from publishers like ALM how a Customer 360 approach can enable business transformation.
Learn how a MarkLogic customer in the insurance industry implemented an Operational Data Hub to drive its customer-centric digital transformation strategy.
Banks investing in non-relational data store solutions like MarkLogic NoSQL to address legacy concerns related to poor data and disparate risk and control processes.
Dirty data results in lost productivity and revenue, and increases operating and reputation risks. Learn best practices for cleaning your dirty data.
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