HTB ‘focused on becoming data driven’

Hampshire Trust Bank (HTB) announced that it has combined Snowflake, SnapLogic, Matillion and Tableau technologies to ‘revolutionise’ the way the bank uses data to inform investment decisions.

The bank said it has partnered with Matillion to transform its data into insights that achieve ‘new levels of simplicity and scale.’

HTB has also selected Tableau as the data visualisation platform to support its evolving needs, with the bank adding that each platform will help drive significant and sustainable value for customers and brokers.

“We actively focused on becoming data driven,” HTB director of financial planning and analysis, Amandeep Bhuller, commented. “We have invested heavily in these initiatives across our digital proposition and data warehousing to further scalability, user adoption and data-driven discovery, powering faster decision-making and actionable insights across all core products and services.

“These platforms enable us to drive insight, speed and the flow of data – bringing quality and accuracy to data driven decision making to enhance the service that HTB can deliver. This represents a shift in our strategy to focus on data and the benefits it can bring to our business and customers.”

Commenting on the partnership, Kirsty McGilway at InterWorks, HTB's Tableau implementation partner, said: “HTB are moving fast, and clearly recognise the advantages bringing Tableau into the organisation will bring – a truly integrated, single platform for analytical insight which will further cement HTB's market-leading position as a digital-first, data-driven organisation.”

Matillion sales director, Joe Steadman, added: “Incorporating Matillion ETL as part of their data management strategy speaks to the commitment to innovation at HTB. Using our cloud-native product to transform data into an analytics-ready state gives HTB the insights they need to better serve their customers and outpace their competitors.”

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