Shaw Lively, Research Manager With Online Financial Services Research Group, IDC Company
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Local Address:  Boston , Massachusetts , United States
IDC Company
5 Speen Street
Framingham , Massachusetts 01701
United States

Company Description: International Data Corporation (IDC) is the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services, and events for the information technology,...   more
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Shaw Lively
As Vice President of Community Development at ICEX, Shaw Lively is responsible for maximizing participation in existing ICEX communities with active, contributing member companies, driving the creation of new communities, and working with partners to effectively leverage ICEX peer knowledge exchange expertise.
Before joining ICEX, Shaw spent five years managing service delivery and client satisfaction for CIO Magazine's CIO Executive Council. The Council is a private, global community for CIOs and top IT leaders that provides peer interactions, thought leadership, and leadership development services. Shaw led initiatives to influence the development of emerging technology, improve vendor relations, and develop IT leaders for the new business demands.
Prior to this, Shaw was Research Manager for IDC's business technology advisory practice. In this role, Shaw developed market intelligence and provided business strategy advice on technology adoption for leading US brokerage and financial services companies and technology suppliers to the industry. Shaw also spent 10 years early in his career on the front line of change in the retail financial services industry.
Shaw is an outdoorsman. He keeps the woodpile stacked high, woodchucks out of the garden and takes two dogs on multiple walks each day.
Shaw has a bachelor degree from Dickinson College and an MBA from the State University of New York's Binghamton University.
Maria Trombly: Freelance Business Writer
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"It's arrived, it's part of life now," said Shaw Lively, an analyst with International Data Corp. based in Framingham, Mass. "Employee portals have become ubiquitous. At first, it was informational, and then it was transactional, so that as an employee you can do certain things for yourself. First, from an HR perspective, then, you can do things with your colleagues worldwide."
However, Lively added that spending has slowed somewhat because of the economy.
"I don't think people have abandoned portals," he said.
Maria Trombly: Freelance Business Writer
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"It's arrived, it's part of life now," said Shaw Lively, an analyst with International Data Corp. based in Framingham, Mass. "Employee portals have become ubiquitous.At first, it was informational, and then it was transactional, so that as an employee you can do certain things for yourself.First, from an HR perspective, then, you can do things with your colleagues worldwide."
However, Lively added that spending has slowed somewhat because of the economy.
"I don't think people have abandoned portals," he said.
Bank Technology News
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At least in these early days, aggregation has created a "lemming effect," says Shaw Lively, an analyst for Needham, MA-based IDC.Financial institutions should examine their motivations, Lively cautions."It's almost like, 'Our six competitors have it or announced they're going to have it.We better have it, too,'" he says."It takes a strong institution to be able to say, 'No value there yet.Sorry, not doing it.'
"But underneath that lemming effect, there are a couple of good things going on," Lively adds."One is that consumer interest is driving institutions to say, 'There is a benefit here.And the promise of a benefit is that we could get to know our customer better, and we could offer advice that would be more value-added."
For instance, instead of simply looking at a customer's $10,000 brokerage account, an FI now can examine that individual's $100,000 investment portfolio and offer more valuable advice.
"In order to give the advice, you've got to have the data," Lively continues.
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Lively describes screen scraping as a "proof of concept technology" that focused attention on the potential for aggregation.As a result, financial institutions are examining new ways to share data that will benefit both the institutions and consumers, Lively says.
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Specifically, Lively refers to investments independent of the institution.From a bank's standpoint, "If I know you own 100 shares of Exxon, that's all I need to know," he says.
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As a necessary shift, Lively says FIs must turn attention to presenting aggregation on an enterprise-wide level.Step by step, he says, the Internet showed there's consumer interest in the concept of aggregating data.
FinanCenter - Articles
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TechTarget's searchCRM.com Web site: "FinanCenter offers CRM-like first aid with EMS arrival" by Matt Hines, 12/11/01: I think financial institutions should find it attractive", said Shaw Lively, an analyst at Framingham, Mass.-based International Data Corp.
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Lively says " …if (companies) can get an application that allows them to get through the next several years while learning and growing, it gives them the luxury to sit down and evaluate before buying into anything more costly.
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