CEOs and credit union IT leaders are best positioned to answer this brief 10-minute survey. All survey participants will immediately receive a download of Filene resources on technology as well as a customized index of where your credit union fits within the big picture of data analytics across the industry once the research is complete.Take the Survey
92% of firms increased investment in data analytics capabilities over the last decade but only 29% have experienced transformational business outcomes as a result.
Demand for the digital delivery of financial services is accelerating, and credit unions are racing to keep up. The required support from data analytics capabilities is becoming a necessity in an increasingly competitive market. Whether an organization is just making its first investments in analytics and wondering how to move forward, or it is far down its analytics journey, realizing value from data continues to be a challenge for all organizations.
This is where you come in.
Filene is launching a new system-wide data collection effort for credit unions. The Data Analytics Readiness Assessment consists of an online survey asking questions about your organization’s current and future use of data analytics or business intelligence. This feedback will baseline and benchmark data analytics readiness in the credit union system.
We are asking credit union leaders to invest a short 10 minutes in answering this survey. CEOs and credit union IT leaders are best positioned to answer the survey questions.
This small step on your digital transformation journey will also directly benefit your credit union.
- All survey participants will immediately receive a download of Filene research and resources on technology.
- When the research is complete in early 2022, all participants will receive a customized index of where their credit union fits within the big picture of data analytics across the industry.
Click the link below to begin the survey now.
If you have any question on the validity or use of this survey please contact Filene's Research Team at [email protected].