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TransUnion ships ASP decisioning software

27 May 2009  |  1938 views  |  0 Source: TransUnion

Today TransUnion introduced DecisionCentre, a new ASP decisioning software solution to help financial institutions throughout the globe balance the risks and rewards of lending.

TransUnion DecisionCentre's customizable program is designed to help organizations quickly enhance and streamline their risk management strategies, address portfolio growth, increase collections efforts and reduce fraud.

TransUnion DecisionCentre will be deployed in several global markets, including India, South Africa, Mexico, Dominican Republic and Canada. With its pre-configured collections and portfolio review modules, the automated TransUnion DecisionCentre works with several languages and currencies, providing international markets with robust rules, workflow and decisioning engines that can leverage multiple data sources and host a variety of analytical and scoring models.

"As lenders find themselves in greater need of risk management tools to quickly adapt to the changing business conditions, TransUnion DecisionCentre can help business analysts take control of the entire credit and decisioning process without the typical burden of a long IT process," said Mike Kiyosaki, executive vice president, Analytic and Decision Services for TransUnion's international operations. "This is a cost effective, adaptable solution that helps streamline lending practices and automates decisioning with low upfront investment in expensive hardware or software. It enables customers to have solutions up and running within weeks instead of months."

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