Data Monetization refers to the process of using data to obtain quantifiable economic benefit.
Data Valuation is the analytical process of determining the current (or projected) worth of data for a company.
DMI Index is the ratio of a company’s data valuation to its Market Capitalization (banks and insurance companies) or Enterprise Value (other companies).
Enterprise value (EV) is a measure of a company's total value, often defined as equity market capitalization plus long-term debt minus cash.
IAI Index represents the percentage of the value of the company's intangible assets compared to Enterprise Value.
Large Financial Institution (LFI) Rating System
Large Financial institutions (LFI) Rating System is used by the United States Federal Reserve to manage capital adequacy for the country’s largest banks.
A loyalty program is a strategy that companies use to encourage continued customer loyalty and long-term repeated business.
Market capitalization refers to how much a company is worth as determined by the stock market. It is defined as the total market value of all outstanding shares.
Potential Customer Data Valuation
Potential Customer Data Valuation is the value of data for the company’s customers. For example, a customer may shop at McDonald’s. However, McDonald’s will be unable to capture the customer’s data unless the customer uses their loyalty card for the purchase. The Potential Customer Data Valuation is often much higher than the Loyalty Data Valuation because only a subset of customer purchases are with the loyalty card.
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