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Analytics & Optimization Decision Management Drives Significant Credit Card Growth

Credit Card Growth
Jun052019

Credit Card Growth – Response Rates Up, Costs Down China Minsheng Bank Credit Card Center has used FICO® Blaze Advisor® decision rules management system to help grow its business by creating an intelligent, automated marketing system that delivers targeted offers, which have seen a 10 to 15 percent jump in response rates. China Minsheng Bank has reduced the time required to launch a marketing offer to just days resulting in a time cost saving of 70 percent. By reducing the time to market, and by better personalizing the offers, the initial activation rate has increased by two percent, while the initial transaction rate is up by 14 percent. “We have improved our marketing efficiency, response rate and customer satisfaction, by upgrading our marketing campaigns to more personalized ones, using FICO’s world-class decisioning technology,” said Jingiao Yu, director of technology, Credit Card Center at China Minsheng Bank. “The whole process is... [Read More]

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Risk & Compliance Government Predictions 2019: Automate, Enhance and Secure

Government Predictions 2019
Jan062019

U.S. Government Predictions 2019: Now that we have completed the 2018 election season, people are asking what is in store for 2019.  The good news is that revenues look strong, but there are a number of factors if you look deeper into the numbers.  Also, while often the first year of a legislative session occurs before our political leaders are thinking about re-elections, election cycles have apparently gotten longer, because for many American politicians, the 2020 election season has already begun. Tight Budgets Despite Increases In Overall Spending While the National Association of State Budget Officers has reported a healthy 4.3% increase in general fund spending, most of that new money is going to three places: Medicaid, K-12 education, and pension obligations.  This will likely squeeze out revenue increases in virtually all other areas.  Government will carefully scrutinize any new spending, and will be looking for proverbial “singles”, rather than “home... [Read More]

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Analytics & Optimization Accelerating the Slow March Towards Digitization in the Insurance Industry: Part II

Accelerate digitization insurance
Oct242018

In our previous blog, we outlined five ways that insurers can adopt a decision-first approach to accelerate the digitization of your business. Below, we take a deeper dive into these areas. Adopt a decision-first approach: Rather than start with data, forward-looking insurers are defining their most critical business objectives and decision models before considering data and analytic requirements. Once the decision metrics have been identified – such as loss ratio, geographic distribution, growth, etc. – a carrier can assess data sources in order to gain customer insights and make decision at the exact right moment. The organization can then drive key decisions across all interactions and continuously improve so the next decisions are even more accurate. The leading decision management applications help businesses visually model their decisions before deploying them. Improve your agility by optimizing resources: Digitization is hindered when businesses can’t modify strategies quickly enough or respond to economic,... [Read More]

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Analytics & Optimization Accelerating the Slow March Towards Digitization in the Insurance Industry

Accelerate digitization insurance
Oct222018

Let’s face it – while many see digital disruption as the future in insurance, in fact new entrants into the space have been hindered by the product complexity, distribution systems and legacy infrastructure that the insurance industry carries with it. The landscape is changing, however – consumers (and businesses) are moving quickly to go with insurers that offer targeted, more transparent, 7×24 services. Digitization is indeed alive in insurance, it’s just taking longer to infiltrate – but it is arriving, and insurers that move quickly to upgrade their technologies – particularly, decision management systems – will gain (and grow) a distinct advantage over those who wait. Is the software to blame? Like the industry itself, the insurance software that is used to help make decisions is also stuck between business as usual and the immense possibilities offered by digitization. While policy and claim management system vendors have evolved product functionality... [Read More]

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