How to bridge the gap between Big Data, decisions, and execution.
Today’s consumers demand fast and relevant interactions – and expect businesses to anticipate their needs. These businesses are challenged to convert insights into actions that matter, quickly – but how do they respond rapidly yet avoid large ongoing operational costs, delayed ROI and long time-to-insights cycles after going live?
At the FICO Forum: The Age of the Customer, you’ll learn new approaches for increasing consumer precision, implementing smarter business decisions and driving the best possible action, in real time – reducing time to value by up to 70 percent.
Hear keynote speaker Mike Gualtieri from Forrester Research, on “The Age of the Customer,” in which the most successful companies will reinvent themselves to systematically understand and serve increasingly powerful customers.
Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Grand Hyatt New York
109 East 42nd Street at Grand Central Terminal
New York, New York, USA, 10017
This event also features;
An exclusive preview of FICO’s next generation technology, the FICO® Decision Management Platform, which provides all the infrastructure your organization will need to rapidly design, develop, deploy, measure and adapt applications for optimal customer engagement. You’re familiar with FICO’s world class tools such as FICO® Blaze Advisor®, FICO® Xpress Optimization Suite, and FICO® Model Builder – come learn about the integrated platform and next generation component capabilities that enable rapid application and faster ROI – and put control of powerful decisioning tools in the hands of business leaders and users.
Insights on how to tackle bigger challenges and bigger business goals with this new platform – more effectively sharing data, models and decision management across all your applications. Get visibility into what you can’t yet see, and the ability to act on that in real-time, without IT upheaval.
Examples of these innovations in action – including results. For example, an insurer that experienced a 35% increase in volume of applications processed, without increasing staff, as well as a decreased loss ratio of 6-8%. Or a national lender who introduced a new end application, from concept to product use, in fewer than eight weeks.