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Coming to BAI this Week? Check out FICO in Booth 626

Blog: Enterprise Decision Management Blog

The annual BAI Retail Delivery event focuses on how banks and other financial service providers can “get ahead” by having better insights fuel better decisions. The theme of this year’s program – “Move Forward with Insights” – takes this one step further, helping organizations act on what they learn, faster, turning customer insights into smarter actions.

FICO has been on the forefront of helping financial institutions use prescriptive analytics to strike the right balance of customer-centricity, profitability, and compliance. At this year’s BAI program, a diverse group of domain and technical experts will be on hand at Booth 626 to listen to your challenges and goals, as well as demonstrate some of our latest analytic and optimization innovations that are creating new opportunities to increase margins and decrease churn, among other benefits.

Highlights include:

In addition, our experts be presenting at the following sessions:

“Strengthening the Bottom Line and Growing ROI through Enhanced Data Analytics”
Tuesday, October 13, 11:30 am – 12:00 pm, BAI Pavilion
FICO Panelist: Tim VanTassel, Vice President and General Manager, Credit Lifecycle Business Line

“Next Generation Deposit Analytics: Better pricing, better collaboration, better governance”
Wednesday, October 14, 11:15 – 11:45 am, FinTech Forward Stage
Presenter: Matt Stanley, Global Segment Leader, Custom Analytics and Applied Optimization, FICO

When you visit us at Booth 626, we’ll present you with a scratch-off card that could reveal that you’ve won an Apple Watch, or a gift card. And we’re also available for one-on-one consultations if you want to deep-dive on a specific topic or problem.

We look forward to seeing you at BAI!

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