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Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Implementing the Business Intelligence on Hadoop Platform on the Example of Bank's Corporate Data Warehouse

Student: Tamara Gubskikh

Supervisor: Tatiana Yakushkina

Faculty: Graduate School of Business

Educational Programme: Business Informatics (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The increasing amount of data poses the question of how to process information more efficiently and faster to maximize its value. The penetration of digitalization into the banking industry forces banks to revise their internal policy on the work and management of the organization itself, as well as the external policy on working with customers, taking into account the limitations of the environment. To solve this issue successfully and to achieve benefits and results the suitable tools, like Hadoop, are needed. This work will prove or disprove the effectiveness of such data tools implementation. The study also focuses on the banking sector, in particular the banking environment, as well as the internal structure of banking organization.

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