Liquidity in the financial services industry represents turning investments into cash. There are, however, investments that have serious barriers to becoming cash. Take for example a commercial skyscraper in Manhattan. The number of buyers that can afford skyscrapers is not high so the ability to liquidate an asset like that takes serious time and money.

I want to borrow this term to talk about the logical assets that your organization has embarked on. To name a few, these are assets like merge statements, mappings, stored procedures, data transformation jobs, and the litany of calculations your organization has. All these assets are in place to take data and turn it into something ... subscribe to read more

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