Bankers realize the importance of using Big Data to make better decisions, but few have the technology and internal talent to make the most of their information stores, a survey has found.

The first problem: most bankers surveyed characterize the quality of data in their organization as either "adequate" (30%) or "un-integrated" (27). A smaller group chose "good" (24%) or "excellent" (18%).

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