For Industries: 
Banking
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Are you prepared for IFRS 9? This major accounting standard change has had the attention of major banks for several years but is an equally high priority for auto finance providers as well.

For Industries: 
Banking
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Last year brought new challenges around data security, fraud protection and AML compliance, along with a new focus on AI to combat these challenges. So what will 2018 look like? We asked four of FICO’s experts in this area to provide their predictions.

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FICO® TONBELLER® Compliance Solutions helps customers around the world meet their compliance obligations while preventing a wide range of financial crimes.

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The increasing availability of data is changing organizations in every industry. As data volumes explode, and as this data both diversifies and arrives at ever-faster rates, organizations need to adopt advanced analytics to drive better outcomes. Success in this environment requires the development of several categories of analytics, especially prescriptive analytics, and their application to a variety of problem domains.

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Unexpected failure or performance erosion of production equipment can significantly impact productivity, product quality and maintenance expenses within any manufacturing organization. It’s also difficult to get operations ‘back on track’ after these failures occur. The good news is that, via the Internet of Things, intelligent use of sensor data, machine learning and optimization can help companies take a proactive approach to predicting failures and re-optimizing processes around them. 

This Q&A with Dr. Michael Watson, Partner at Opex Analytics and Adjunct Professor at Northwestern University, discusses:

  • The evolution of sensors in manufacturing plants, and their increased use as costs decrease
  • How some manufacturers are getting more creative with sensor data – evolving from predictive to prescriptive (optimization) analytics to drive better actions
  • How an optimization-powered approach can help you not only better predict failure, but also determine what to fix today vs. later (or not at all)
For Industries: 
Manufacturing
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Treat data and information as you would any critical business asset: measure, document and manage essential attributes such as value, risk and cost.

Manufacturers depend on information and analytics to help them deal with the complexity caused by global operations, value chains and market. Most recognize that there is tremendous opportunity to use, analyze and apply information all across the business. However, they need to do a better job capitalizing on the information that is and will become available to them and to embed intelligence in how they manage their operations and deliver products and services. 

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With the term “Big Data” now commonplace, there’s no mistaking that today’s volume, variety and velocity of data challenges organizations that follow splintered approaches to data connection, ingestion, processing and analysis. Too many IT departments are still falling short of transcending legacy approaches that limit the value they derive from data. Typically, those organizations find themselves caught in differentiating data treatment by type — particularly between batch and streaming data — and consequently supporting disparate IT infrastructures. That seriously misaligns those organizations with contemporary data realities, and it short-circuits opportunity. 

For Industries: 
Technology
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A proliferation of data and the invention of new technologies are combining to change the very way people make decisions. These forces are also changing the very nature of the decisions we make.

For Industries: 
Banking
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Credit markets have seen many changes in recent years, including tremendous innovation, the rise of marketplace lenders around the globe and new credit products from major technology players such as Amazon. That innovation is driving existing lenders to rethink their infrastructure and processes to become more nimble while regulators begin focusing on the new entrants (e.g., The US Treasury Department recently issued a whitepaper on potential disparate impact and fair lending for marketplace lenders). These changes require traditional firms to be agile and adapt quickly to new innovation, new players and new regulation, all the while improving the customer experience. 

Tim Van Tassel, Vice President and General Manager of FICO’s Credit Risk practice, weighs in on the subject of how marketplace lending is changing the credit landscape, and what that means for both new marketplace lenders and traditional credit-grantors. 

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Optimizing supply chain strategies and network designs keeps getting harder, with persistent challenges from increasing customer demands, spiraling costs, disruptive competitors and multifaceted partnership and logistical options. 

Spreadsheets and BI aren’t enough to deal with the complexity and business and logistical nuances in your business. The good news that it’s never been easier – or faster – to deploy powerful optimization to address your most challenging supply chain and logistics challenges. FICO® Optimization Solutions for Supply Chain helps businesses like Shell, Honeywell, Nestle, Southwest Airlines and others dynamically and proactively manage all critical processes within your supply chain lifecycle. They do this in two critical ways: by substantially reducing the time to develop and deploy optimized supply chain solutions by as much as 80%, while increasing visibility into every critical facet of your supply chain via dashboards and other visualization tools.

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