BEIJING—March 12, 2010—FICO (NYSE:FICO), the leading provider of analytics and decision management technology, today announced the addition of three top analytic scientists to its Greater China Analytic Services team.
These individuals – Robert Tsou, Jenny Liu and Li Li – have joined FICO from Experian, where they led and managed consulting services for the Asia Pacific, Japan and China regions. Their arrival boosts FICO’s already strong capabilities in the region, which are increasingly in demand as Chinese banks race to implement analytics tools and applications ahead of competitors.
“Our clients come to us not only for the world’s best analytics tools and applications, but also for the depth of our industry expertise,” said Cliff Wu, managing director for FICO Greater China. “Our Analytic Services team enables us to reduce implementation times and boost the impact of FICO solutions – ultimately giving our clients an important competitive advantage.”
“These talented scientists bring exceptionally rare, high-quality experience in the banking, insurance and retail industries,” said Richard Stewart, senior vice president for professional services at FICO. “Their choice to be at FICO is very good news for our clients, and validation of our growing stature in China.”
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