Dear Compliance Leaders,
This is Daniel Faggella, Founder and CEO at Emerj Artificial Intelligence Research. I’m glad you’ve come to learn a bit more about our latest AI in banking reports.
This page should be especially useful for you – as we’ve built our latest report with the specific needs of compliance leaders in mind.
At the bottom of this page you’ll see a form that allows you to download the Executive Summary Brief for this report. But first, I wanted to introduce you to the report itself:
The Emerj AI in Banking Vendor Landscape and Capability Map 2019 Report
This report examines over 70 AI vendor companies in banking, and over 40 internal AI use-cases within major global banks. Combined with dozens of industry overviews, this data is used to analyze the credibility, evidence of ROI, and accessibility of each vendor product.
This data is matched on top of the Emerj ontology of banking functions, and the Emerj ontology of AI-in-banking capabilities, to clearly map the investments in different application categories (i.e. “customer service” vs. “compliance”, “conversational interface” vs. “recommendation engine”), allowing banking leaders to invest in the technologies with the highest ROI, and to assess their strategy against their competitors.
This report is designed to help Banking Compliance Leaders discover:
- A full list of Compliance and Fraud AI vendor companies, ranked and sorted
- Deep-dive analyses of individual Compliance banking vendors
- The AI application trends and use-cases among dozens of top banks (Santander, JP Morgan, etc)
Here are some select charts and graphs from the report itself:
The interviews, data collection, and analysis for these reports has taken over seven months – and we’re excited to finally release these reports publicly. You’re one of the few who will have early access to the report contents.
With just the information in the brief executive summary, you’ll have a more informed perspective on AI applications in banking than your peers.
Receive some of the best charts and graphs from the report, and download a copy of our brief executive summary by filling out the form below: