As Data Insight Grows, So Does Responsibility for Data

Posted on Oct 28 2015 by


The appetite and need for data within businesses is continuing to grow at a rapid pace. Organizations are viewing data as a strategic asset and using analytical insights for everything from key business decisions, to the customer experience and more.

However, the methods for managing first-party data and ensuring it’s accuracy have not kept pace with the growing data demand. The majority of businesses today are still relying on siloed, departmental strategies for data management that have little data governance or consistency in terms of people, processes, and technology.


Millennials: Why everyone is still talking about them

Posted on Oct 22 2015 by

Why FinCon Matters to Me and to Experian

Posted on Oct 14 2015 by


I am part of a community that completely energizes me, makes me believe that there are good people in the world and that makes me want to be better. Over the course of four days in September, my co-workers and I were transported into the world of self-proclaimed “money media nerds” at FinCon, the Financial Influencers conference, where people share thoughts, best practices and update one another on the latest trends. FinCon is THE annual event for the financial media community.


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,


Experian Recognized as a Finalist in the 2015 Data Impact Awards

Posted on Sep 29 2015 by

Data Impact

Experian is a finalist in the category of “Data-Driven Transformation” for the launch and deployment of the Experian Marketing Suite. During the last two years, Experian made transformational decisions about their marketing portfolio to unify offerings in data, technology and services into a single platform that allows marketers to create rewarding and relevant customer experiences in any channel via any device. This transformation culminated in July 2014 with the launch of the Experian Marketing Suite, a cloud-based marketing platform that leverages Experian’s customer identity and recognition technology, consumer data (the largest in the world), analytics and interaction technology.


Leveraging Data to Find the Right Automotive Customer

Posted on Sep 22 2015 by


Since Henry Ford invented the assembly line and mass automotive production began, the primary objective of all manufacturers and dealers has been to move new vehicle inventory off the lot year after year. But nowadays finding the right automotive customer can be a challenging task. Where do they live? How old are they? How much do they make? By leveraging data to answer these questions, manufacturers can market to the appropriate audience and manage inventory accordingly.


Experian is Named As a Leader in Customer Data Breach Notification and Response Services by Independent Research Firm

Posted on Sep 21 2015 by

There is no doubt data breaches have become a part of the Corporate and consumer consciousness.

As data breaches have become more prevalent and companies are in need of assistance to prepare for and respond to a breach, industry analysts have taken notice of the experts in the marketplace like Experian.

In its first report on data breach services, we are proud to have been named as a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Customer Data Breach Notification And Response Services, Q3 2015.


As Car Prices Hit the Roof, Shoppers Hope to Keep Payments at Ground Level

Posted on Sep 10 2015 by

Car Shopping

Financing my first car was a bittersweet feeling. I was thrilled at the thought of purchasing a new vehicle, yet I was dreading haggling the price with the dealer. As a millennial, I feared the rising prices for new cars, and knew that I needed to find a way to make the vehicle more affordable. That said, I decided to look at used cars.

Clearly, I’m not the only car shopper going through this experience. Many consumers are exploring new options to keep their monthly payments down, whether it’s extending the length of their loan, or turning to leases. Sometimes it’s both.