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Start Making Smart Decisions Across The Business Lifecycle

October 26, 2018 at 11:46 AM

 

Rick is a risk manager and is always asking himself: "Who should I lend to?" and "How much can they afford?".

Fran is a financial manager and often has to deal with account management issues like the expected credit losses. 

While Mary finds herself in customer engagement and worries about who she should target and what channels she should use. 

And then there is Cole, a collections manager trying to figure out what collections action he should take next. 

Looks like this team could do with some help. 

Enter DecisionSmart.

DecisionSmart is a Business Rules Management System that provides accurate business decisions by processing large amounts of data and applying complex ruling systems. 

DecisionSmart BRMS features calculations, aggregations, scorecards, decision trees, clusters, tables, rule flows and matrices. 

DecisionSmart is able to solve a multitude of business questions across multiple situations with one end result every time: a smart decision!

Start making Smart Decisions today. 

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Thomas Maydon
Thomas Maydon
Thomas Maydon is the Head of Credit Solutions at Principa. With over 13 years of experience in the Southern African, West African and Middle Eastern retail credit markets, Tom has primarily been involved in consulting, analytics, credit bureau and predictive modelling services. He has experience in all aspects of the credit life cycle (in multiple industries) including intelligent prospecting, originations, strategy simulation, affordability analysis, behavioural modelling, pricing analysis, collections processes, and provisions (including Basel II) and profitability calculations.

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