Norway's leading financial services institution selects Teradata

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DnB NOR, Norway's largest financial services group, will extend the capacity and business value of its Teradata Warehouse by implementing Teradata Value Analyzer, an analytical solution that accurately measures profitability down to the individual customer or product level.

Dayton, OH-based Teradata is a division of NCRCorp.  Teradata Value Analyzer is analytical software that provides enterprise profitability reporting and analysis for value-based decision-making.

Designed to realize the power of the Teradata Warehouse, TVA is used in a number of leading banks and firms across the world.

Teradata's enterprise data warehouse brings Oslo, Norway-based DnB NOR's data together into a single integrated view, providing consistency and accuracy throughout management's multiple views of its business.

By using information across a broad spectrum of business dimensions, including customer services, marketing, operations and profitability data, DnB NOR is offering personalized services and products to its 2 million customers, reinforcing these critical relationships.

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