Ori Eisen featured on BloombergTV

Posted on Jul 25 2014 by

Ori Eisen, founder of the 41st Parameter, a part of Experian, and Frank Abagnale Jr. spoke with Bloomberg TV recently about new major new fraud threats emerging and how Experian can help protect organizations and their customers from becoming victims. Experian’s fraud prevention and identity management business helps clients combat the global fraud epidemic costing businesses […]

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Experian Marketing Services unveils comprehensive end-to-end Marketing Suite

Posted on Jul 24 2014 by

The Experian Marketing Suite enables brands to create and deliver authentic customer experiences across all interaction points Experian Marketing Services today launched the Experian Marketing Suite. Unveiled at Experian Marketing Services’ 2014 Client Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada, the Marketing Suite is a cohesive end-to-end marketing solution that enables brands to create and deliver authentic customer […]

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How fraud is transforming the mobile banking industry

Posted on Jul 23 2014 by

Cybersecurity is increasingly becoming a challenge across many industries. I recently spoke with Mike Gross, the director of risk strategy and professional services at 41st Parameter, about how the banking industry is changing to adapt to new mobile technology and the new forms of fraud that exist as a result. At 41st Parameter, Mike is responsible […]

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CBA Symposium: Experian discusses credit building for unbanked consumers

Posted on Jul 18 2014 by

As many as 54 million Americans cannot access traditional, low cost credit because they have insufficient or no credit history. That fact often forces them to turn to high-cost financial resources, or worse, become trapped in a cycle of predatory lending.

Credit Builders Alliance, an organization committed to helping non-traditional financial and asset building organizations serve low and moderate income individuals, recently was host to an invitation-only credit building symposium that brought together representatives from non-profit, for-profit and public sector organizations to begin a dialogue about how we can all work together to address this pressing issue.

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Companies struggle to access information quickly for marketing personalization

Posted on Jul 16 2014 by

Experian Data Quality, a part of Experian Marketing Services and a leading provider of data quality software and services, today published a new report on the prevalence of personalization and analytics required to support new marketing efforts. The study found that while almost half of companies personalize messages across more than one channel, organizations struggle to gain insight quickly and maintain an accurate data source.

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Experian Marketing Services upholds leadership position as the number 1 email marketing provider to the top ecommerce retailers in North America

Posted on Jul 10 2014 by

For the seventh straight year, Experian Marketing Services secured the top spot, according to Internet Retailer’s 2014 Top 500 Guide Experian Marketing Services has once again secured the number one position as the leading email marketing provider to the greatest total of top 500 online retailers in North America. According to Internet Retailer’s recently released […]

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Experian Marketing Services brings together marketing storytellers for 2014 Client Summit

Posted on Jun 26 2014 by

2014 Client Summit: Storytellers will focus on how brands can deliver authentic and meaningful customer experiences. Experian Marketing Services today announced a star-studded speaker lineup for its 2014 Client Summit to be held July 23–25, 2014, at The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, in Las Vegas, Nev., around the theme of “Storytelling.” The award-winning event will […]

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Why Mississippi Lawsuit Against Experian has no Merit

Posted on Jun 21 2014 by

Earlier this week, it was reported that the Mississippi Attorney General filed a lawsuit against Experian. While not breaking news, it is important to provide context to the allegations.

As the world’s largest credit bureau – and in managing more than 220 million files in the US alone – it has become commonplace to question credit reporting agencies. We are used to scrutiny of our practices – but sometimes the claims are just plain wrong.

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