The wealth management industry has gained a new appreciation for Big Data, but digital-first firms such as Betterment have always approached clients with a quantiative, behavioral analysis approach.
The reason, according to Betterment data scientist Sam Swift, is the fitness tracker effect: today's customer wants a personalized experience backed up by figures that they can use to measure and follow their performance.
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