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Modernize Financial Services With Data Streaming

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Data drives the competitive edge for every financial services institution of the modern world - but most have yet to realize its full potential for real-time business insights. The reason? Hidden data trapped in complex data estates.

From on prem to cloud, legacy systems to modern tech stacks, how can enterprise IT teams easily enable the free movement of data between these systems while maintaining regulatory requirements? Or aggregate and enrich it to enable real-time applications?

The path to success is finding better ways to consistently mobilize this data—set it in motion—regardless of where and when data events happen, so the entire enterprise can capitalize on its business value.

This ebook will show you how to make that a reality with a new approach that untangles your data mess - an evolutionary Data Streaming Platform that makes your highly valuable data available at scale, everywhere it needs to be while keeping it secure and compliant. Learn how to:

  • Streamline data access across complex data estates
  • Integrate native stream processing to create faster insights
  • Create reusable data products with in-built end-to-end governance
  • Accelerate use case innovation

Download today and discover why Confluent is trusted by the world’s largest financial services organizations, including 10 of the top 10 US banks.

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