Jeff Cotrupe tells tales of eTail West, big data, and e-commerce success (or failure) on IDG’s Infoworld blog

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The Retail Death Star (a euphemism for whoever you think it is) has such a glowing reputation for its acumen with data that other companies clamor to know how the Death Star does it. Personal experience suggests myth does not match reality…and two rising stars signal that e-commerce just got a LOT more competitive. Read the full piece here.

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Jeff Cotrupe: How Big Data is driving Bankable Results for Financial Institutions

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Jeff Cotrupe’s report, Innovating Financial Services in the Big Data Era, outlines the challenges and opportunities financial institutions face in 2018 and beyond. The analysis includes how these companies are evolving alongside emerging data trends; the ROI they are obtaining from actionable analytics; where spending is occurring today; and where it needs to be focused going forward. Technologies and issues analyzed include AI, blockchain, privacy and the GDPR, security, the IoT, data governance, risk management, and compliance. The analysis also includes case study snapshots of best practices in the industry at Barclays Bank, VISA, Wells Fargo, BNY Mellon, EY, Allstate, and Cheyne Capital.

The report is featured in media articles including in Fintech Innovation (Effective big data analytics management crucial for FSI growth) and in CXO Today (How Big Data Is Changing Banking And Finance), and is generating significant activity on Twitter and LinkedIn.

New Media Edge publishes Jeff Cotrupe’s “The problem is a lot bigger than Facebook”

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Multi-part series includes Facebook Wars and Privacy Tips sections

New Media Edge published Jeff Cotrupe’s multi-part analysis of the Facebook privacy controversy, “The Problem Is a Lot Bigger Than Facebook.” One excerpt reads:

I think Facebook is the first or at least the most high-profile flash point where the notion that everything on the Internet is (or ought to be) free runs smack into the reality that, without being compensated for what they do, organizations have no reason to exist. Continue reading