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10 dimensions of decisioning

Download the blog The topic of automation is top of the minds of most businesses across the UK and EMEA. Recent research shows how most plan to automate many more business processes this year, and...

Blog - May 2019
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All generations are digital natives; how does this affect your…

For a long time, we’ve seen a growing gap between generations. But, is this gap still as far apart – or further? And what does this mean in the instance of fraud prevention or identity...

Blog - Dec 2018
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Who and what are the DataLabs?

Experian is a data company and has a great deal of data but alone data has no specific meaning – it needs to be intelligent, it needs to be understood for the data to be of value to the user, to...

Blog - Aug 2018
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Data Breach: The insider threat – why it pays to…

Do you have access to details about your employees, including those who work on sensitive data within your supply chain? For many businesses, the answer may be ‘no’. And while historically, data...

Blog - Mar 2018
Protect your bank and your customers – why candidate checking…

No matter what size your business is, candidate vetting is important. Checking can help minimise your risk by applying thorough and compliant checks on all your prospective candidates. But equally,...

Blog - Dec 2017
The risk in your customers portfolio

Your portfolio is healthy. Balanced cash flow, good DSO (days sales outstanding), strong payment performance, and low credit risk. But what happens if your customers’ customers aren’t looking as...

Blog - Sep 2016
Costly collections – is there a better way?

Identifying customers at risk of default is a new concept to most lenders. Mark Keyworth, Client Consulting Director for Experian, explains the way to reduce risk and cost significantly; by...

Blog - Feb 2013
Credit and Collections strategy in 2013 – what you need…

Five years after the worst economic crisis of recent years, the economy is still struggling to recover, with economic prospects not improving and risks remain...

Blog - Feb 2013