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The FICO® Decision Management Suite 2.0 provides an easy way for customers to evaluate, customize, deploy and scale state-of-the-art analytics and decision management solutions. It allows customers to quickly integrate FICO and FICO partner decision management tools and components with their own components, helping organizations of all sizes realize the promise of advanced analytics and decision management via cost effective, scalable cloud and on-premises solutions.
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The FICO Decision Management Suite, along with the FICO Analytic Cloud, provides a comprehensive environment that makes it quick and easy to glean insights from data, and develop analytic models and decision services that operationalize those insights. It seamlessly integrates analytics, decisioning, optimization, data visualization and exploration, rapid application development and other FICO Decision Management Platform capabilities to provide a complete and agile decisioning solution.
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