About Michael Troncale

Website: http://experian.com

Profile: Michael Troncale is the public relations manager for Experian’s Decision Analytics North America business.

Posts by Michael Troncale

Data for Good: How Big Data and Social Media Can Help Small Businesses

Posted on Feb 04 2016 by

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This Bloomberg Business Radio interview with Eric Haller, executive vice president of Experian DataLabs, covers Experian’s innovative approach to using big data and social media to help small businesses with credit verification.


Breakthrough Innovations at Experian’s DataLabs

Posted on Feb 03 2016 by

In this article written for IT Business Net by Eric Haller, Executive Vice President of Experian’s DataLabs, he discusses how innovations at Experian DataLabs are using breakthrough experiments to do good things with data.


Experian Recognized as a Top Workplace by the Orange County Register

Posted on Dec 03 2015 by

The Orange County Register recently recognized Experian as one of the Top Workplaces among hundreds of leading companies in Orange County for the third year in a row.

In addition, we were recognized for our efforts to make our communities better, earning a separate award as the top large business for Social Responsibility.

This was based on Experian contributing more than 4,000 hours in volunteer time to various charities, including our work with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, volunteering time at 25 high schools and providing counseling and help at the OC Rescue Mission.

The selection process is based solely on employee feedback gathered from a survey. This methodology is important because it reflects what our employees think of Experian. It shows that we’re more than just a place where people work, rather we’re a community where our team members take pride in contributing.


Smart Stats in Sports and Business

Posted on Nov 02 2015 by


More than 2.5 billion gigabytes of data is generated every single day. By 2020, it’s estimated that 40 zettabytes of data will be created. The sheer amount of data available today is changing nearly every aspect of our business and personal lives.

Big Data is also transforming the world of sports – from the way General Managers recruit and draft players, to how coaches set lineups and design plays and even how everyday fans watch and participate in professional sports. Today, every major professional sports team either has an analytics department or an analytics expert on staff. By 2021, the markets for sports analytics is expected to reach $4.7 billion. This year, nearly 57 million people in the United States and Canada will play fantasy sports.


Panel Discussion: Data as a Force for Good

Posted on Sep 29 2015 by

On September 28 in New York City, Experian and Cloudera Cares hosted a panel discussion about how Big Data can be used in a variety of ways as a force of good. The panel included Adam Fingersh, Senior Vice President, Products and Marketing for Experian, Mike Olson, Co-founder, CSO and Chairman of the Board at Cloudera; Board Member at DataKind, Dr. Richard Bonneau, Associate Professor of Biology, Computer Science and Faculty Director of Bioinformatics, New York University; Ph.D. in Biochemistry and Vlad Dubovskiy, Data Scientist, DonorsChoose.org.


Big Data: The Force That’s Good for Consumers and Society

Posted on Jul 22 2015 by

In the video and presentation, Craig Boundy, CEO of Experian North America, discusses how big data is being used as a force for good. Good for consumers, good for business and good for society.He shares his perspective how Experian’s work in data and analytics has real-life applications.


Experian Partners With Orange County Rescue Mission, Fosters Financial Literacy in the Local Community

Posted on Apr 23 2015 by


With the objective of supporting the local community and helping Orange County residents overcome financial issues, we have partnered with the Orange County Rescue Mission (OCRM) to spread financial literacy by providing residents with the insight and resources to guide them on a journey to independence.


#DataTalk TweetChat Expands Experian’s Data For Good Initiative

Posted on Apr 22 2015 by


With 90 percent of the data in the world being created in the last two years, now more than ever, we need to know how to get the most out of our data-driven economy because the power of data can be a tremendous force for good in the world.