Customers

We’re more than experts in data—we’re experts in our customers’ businesses. We are an organization of highly experienced professionals, many of whom built their careers in the industries we serve. With a deep understanding of our customers, we target our expertise where it counts when it counts.

Unparalleled data assets, in-depth knowledge of our industries, first-to-market innovations, and deep integration into customer workflows guide all we do in adding value for our customers.

Who we serve

  1. Chief Executive Officer

    Steering an entire organization as a chief executive officer (CEO) requires constant, rigorous decision making. You are challenged every day to ensure the satisfaction of all your stakeholders—while always remaining adaptable and customer-centric. Leveraging best-in-class analytic solutions can support you in making informed decisions, so you can respond to market trends with confidence and keep your organization ahead of the competition.

    Business Intelligence Solutions
    Portfolio Management Solutions
  2. Chief Analytics Officer

    One of the most critical roles in successful organizations today is that of the chief analytics officer (CAO). CAOs can drive business growth and transformation if you’re able to get the right data insights—and the ability to effectively communicate those insights to the business functions they’re relevant for. With the right data and strategy, the CAO can drive business differentiation, orchestrate unique insights, and produce measurable results.

    Business Intelligence Solutions
    Marketing Solutions
  3. Chief Marketing Officers

    What do the best chief marketing officers (CMOs) do that makes an actual difference for their organizations? You leverage data to make strategic and impactful decisions. CMOs need the data insights and analytics solutions that reveal what your customers truly want, so you can set marketing strategies that propel your businesses ahead of the competition.

    Marketing Solutions
    Portfolio Management Solutions
  4. Chief Risk Officers

    Organizations operate in dynamic environments where risks continuously evolve. Since risks negatively impact business health and performance, risk management needs to be integrated into all business activities. Chief risk officers (CROs) need deep, custom data insights that help you set strategies and processes that achieve your unique goals for risk mitigation, credit and fraud loss prevention, and more.

    Portfolio Management Solutions
    Credit Risk & Fraud Solutions
  5. Chief Financial Officers

    No matter what type of organization you’re charged with keeping financially healthy, competitive, and functioning at peak capability, chief financial officers (CFOs) and senior finance leaders have a tall order today: continuously enabling business growth—with rapidly shrinking resources and budgets. To do this, you need the right data insights, delivered frequently and in easy-to-access ways, that help you set cost-saving strategies that drive business forward.

    Portfolio Management Solutions
    Credit Risk & Fraud Solutions
  6. Chief Revenue Officers

    Chief revenue officers (CROs) have a complicated and ever-evolving landscape to deal with, one that includes payers, borrowers, spenders, savers, and investors (and fraudsters, too). With all this, keeping your organization profitable and competitive is more difficult than ever. CROs need a full view of all customer activity, so you can attempt to understand and leverage it to reduce costs and increase revenue. You need a complete view of consumers’ flow of funds through each area of your organization—so you can truly understand your P&L and drive profitability.

    Portfolio Management Solutions
    Business Intelligence Solutions
  7. Chief Information Officers

    The chief information officer (CIO) role has evolved as dramatically as technology has in the past few decades. As businesses become digitally focused, CIOs are no longer just responsible for the IT organization and the services, tools, and technologies it implements and manages—you’re now also required to be a strategic decision maker for the business. CIOs who achieve true business transformation have a deep understanding of how the business runs, where it needs to go next, and what solutions will get it there.

    Business Intelligence Solutions
    Portfolio Management Solutions
  8. Chief Compliance Officers

    In business environments where regulatory requirements seem to change moment to moment, how do chief compliance officers (CCOs) ensure compliance? By excelling in prevention. When CCOs can accurately and rapidly identify potential vulnerabilities, as well as outdated, legacy processes and systems, you can devise new policies, procedures, and strategies for your organization and employees that ensure compliance, can be easily revised to meet changing requirements—and that ultimately prevent costly losses and fines.

    Business Intelligence Solutions
  9. Chief Data Officer

    A chief data officer (CDO) is no longer a “nice to have” in an organization—it’s required if an organization wants to remain competitive and efficient. With the task of utilizing data as an asset, CDO’s need the most advanced solutions to enable effective data strategies.

    Business Intelligence Solutions
    Marketing Solutions