Developed in partnership with IBM, the system, known as z™ Transaction Processing Facility (z/TPF), is a 64-bit operating system that allows more information to be manipulated at once and perform more complex processing functions in milliseconds. Importantly, this paves the way for Visa to deliver new, information-intensive applications such as advanced fraud analysis, and mobile payments and services.
However, further development of CRISP-DM seems to have stalled, with only a 1.0 version fully produced almost two decades ago, and rumors of a second version under way almost fifteen years ago. IBM and Microsoft have both iterated on the methodologies to produce their own variants that add more detail with respect to more iterative loops between data processing and modeling and more specifics around artifacts and deliverables produced during the process. However, both companies are primarily leveraging their modifications in the context of delivering their own premium service engagements or as part of product-centric implementation processes. Clearly vendor-centric, proprietary methodologies can’t be adopted by organizations that have diverse technology needs or desire to utilize vendor-agnostic approaches to technology implementation.