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Please welcome Novigi Br(ai)n to the table

Please welcome Novigi Br(ai)n to the table

The Association of Superannuation Funds Australia’s (ASFA) August National innovation discussion group had an unusual guest seated at the table. Br(ai)n — Novigi’s cloud based artificial intelligence and machine learning solution — was an active listener to the robust discussion around The State of Innovation in the Superannuation Industry.

New rules of engagement: What the budget means for innovation in superannuation

New rules of engagement: What the budget means for innovation in superannuation

As is tradition, the 2020-21 Federal Budget contains some big changes to the superannuation system. Head of Advisory Services, Kevin Fernandez, discusses how these changes feed into what is an increasingly competitive environment, in which those that innovate will reap the benefits, and those that fail to will fade into obscurity.

Data and next steps for arts, culture and entertainment

Data and next steps for arts, culture and entertainment

The arts, culture and entertainment industries have been heavily impacted by the pandemic, having to rapidly replace face-to-face, non-socially distanced activities with digital solutions in order to survive. Analyst at Novigi, James Galea, on the innovations that the sector has implemented to overcome these challenges and the opportunities presented through access to new forms of data.

Superannuation, Innovation and Covid-19

Superannuation, Innovation and Covid-19

Managing Partner at Novigi, Ash Priest presents our latest blog, following a recent Association of Superannuation Funds Australia (ASFA) Innovation Discussion Group, about the impacts of COVID-19 on the superannuation industry and the ways in which the pandemic has stimulated an increased focus on innovation.

Accidental Insight and Forced Experimentation in Uncertain Times

Accidental Insight and Forced Experimentation in Uncertain Times

The Covid-19 pandemic has caused disruption on a global scale. Head of Client Services at Novigi, Kevin Fernandez presents our latest blog on incidental data being produced during this pandemic, and the opportunities it presents for experimentation and innovation.

Open Banking and the Consumer Data Right

Open Banking and the Consumer Data Right

In November 2017, the Australian Government announced their intention to create a Consumer Data Right (CDR). This was driven by a belief that consumers should own data about them, and that giving them access to and control over this data will lead to more robust and competitive markets.

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