A new Artificial Intelligence platform, Talent Ticker, has launched in the UK bringing market intelligence and predictive analytics to those working within the financial services sector with the aim of revolutionising decision making in the industry.
Talent Ticker aggregates and organises market data on financial services companies to provide market intelligence in one place and aid smarter information consumption.
Combing human intuition with machine intelligence the platform filters this data and identifies trends before they happen, giving businesses an upper-hand advantage against their competitors and allowing them to address any market threats and risks before it’s too late.
Talent Ticker can be used to identify market opportunities, highlight threats and help businesses make smart decisions by providing detail on due diligence, additional leads, and competitor or emerging new company information.
Talent Ticker founder and CEO, Nick Vaughan, says: “The whole premise of Talent Ticker is to provide a single hub of data that can be used to make the decision-making process within financial services more efficient and more profitable.”
“At the moment, decision makers are getting their information from up to 12 sources on a daily basis and it’s a very time-consuming task to trawl through and process the information, and it’s very easy for things to get missed.”
“By combining human intuition with market intelligence, we’ve developed a platform which not only organises all this data into one place, but also analyses it to provide useful and often critical insight which can be used to the benefits of businesses using Talent Ticker.”
Talent Ticker has offices in London, New York and Cardiff and is currently in the BETA stage of development, launching to the entire market in April 2019.
In the first two weeks alone, TalentTicker saw companies reach £500,000 worth of new potential revenues achieved through the platform.
The fast-growing list of firms using the Talent Ticker platform include financial services recruitment firms, management consultancies and banks from across the UK and USA.
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