Back in March 2019 we wrote about the future use of NLP-powered applications across various industries - in particular Financial Services (our 2019 TEK2day article HERE). Microsoft (MSFT) is bringing natural language capability to its Productivity suite - Microsoft 365. This natural language offering has a name: "Copilot". We include an example of Copilot deployed … Continue reading NLP & Productivity Apps: Microsoft Copilot
J.P. Morgan Limits Internal Use of ChatGPT
I don't have first hand knowledge of how J.P. Morgan's PMs, Analysts, Traders and Investment Bankers may be using ChatGPT. However, there are a couple of inherent challenges as I see it: 1.) ChatGPT's knowledge repository is limited to the data sets it has access to. For example, if a Fixed Income PM runs a … Continue reading J.P. Morgan Limits Internal Use of ChatGPT
When New To APIs, Which Data Services To Expose First?
Technology companies such as Stripe, FactSet and thousands of others make certain of their offerings available via APIs. Stripe was founded as an "API" company, simplifying the back-end infrastructure of the payments industry. If your company is new to making various data elements and tools available to customers and partners via APIs, understanding the Market … Continue reading When New To APIs, Which Data Services To Expose First?
CEO Personality, Corporate Culture and Opportunity Cost
FactSet (tkr: FDS), has all of the tools - more precisely data sets - to compete with ZoomInfo (tkr: ZI), and to potentially close the valuation gap between the two companies. FactSet's platform includes data sets that are more robust than their ZoomInfo counterparts (with the exception of executive profile data), and could therefore challenge … Continue reading CEO Personality, Corporate Culture and Opportunity Cost
Our Interactive Fintech Table Is Now Available
We have updated our interactive Capital Markets Fintech comp table to include Q3 2020 financial data and related content. Included are links to our CEORater database, investor presentations, earnings call transcripts and more. Our interactive comp table includes 17 Capital Markets Fintech companies. We plan to introduce new sectors (Payments Fintech and Enterprise Software) to … Continue reading Our Interactive Fintech Table Is Now Available
S&P Global Reported to Acquire IHS Markit
A few years ago we recommended that IBM (tkr: IBM) roll-up certain Information Services assets to complement its Infrastructure Services business. In the meantime the Information Services space is rolling up itself with S&P Global (tkr: SPGI) working to acquire IHS Markit (tkr: INFO) as reported by the Wall Street Journal. Tickers mentioned: CCC, DNB, … Continue reading S&P Global Reported to Acquire IHS Markit
Capital Markets FinTech UpdatePremium
In the midst of the most exuberant Tech bubble in history we offer an alternative. We have updated our list of FinTech names, some of which are reasonably valued. Click on the thumbnail below to access the table in large format. Subscribers may access the table in spreadsheet format behind the paywall ($19.99). Click on … Continue reading Capital Markets FinTech UpdatePremium
Banks Should Acquire FinTech Companies
Large Financial Institutions should acquire FinTech companies. Doing so would enable FI's to diversify beyond the depositary services business which will continue to suffer in a prolonged low interest rate environment. We won't lay out the entire FinTech ecosystem, but here are several examples. Capital Markets: FactSet (tkr: FDS) and SS&C Technologies (tkr: SSNC). FactSet … Continue reading Banks Should Acquire FinTech Companies
3 FinTech Names & Long-Term Trends
We rank three FinTech companies - FactSet, IHS Markit and SS&C Technologies - from a relative risk standpoint. We also outline key long-term trends that will impact the capital markets and companies that sell into this segment of the Financial Services industry. A few long-term trends will impact the capital markets and participant organizations. These … Continue reading 3 FinTech Names & Long-Term Trends
Enterprise Software 2020 Outlook
More Market Uncertainty Is Coming. However, Don't Paint with A Broad Brush. Align Yourself with Market Leaders. We expect Enterprise Software companies to provide conservative outlooks for the 2020 calendar year. We do not expect Enterprise Software companies to completely yank their respective 2020 outlooks as have other Technology companies. We anticipate negative investor sentiment … Continue reading Enterprise Software 2020 Outlook
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