Experian donation to InCharge Debt Solutions helps consumer financial challenges

March 16, 2017 by Editor

In-kind donation of IntelliView data helps businesses plan and implement consumer programs

Consumers will be empowered to repay debt and increase financial literacy

One of our core brand beliefs at Experian is how we are using our data and analytics to help businesses and consumers. Once you can unlock the potential of that data for those involved, everyone around you can achieve even more. We strive to make a positive impact to consumers by getting involved with different charitable organizations in communities where we live and work through our Corporate Social Responsibly program to create success.

With that as our backdrop, we are proud to announce a gift in kind of our IntelliViewSM data solution to InCharge Debt Solutions, a non profit financial counseling company that helps consumers get financial access.

InCharge Debt Solutions will use Experian IntelliView data in their strategic planning process to help them gain a better understanding of macro industry trends and identify services that will most benefit the people they serve.

“We really appreciate the IntelliViewSM data access from Experian. If we didn’t have this access we would have to do strategic planning in a much more blind way,” said Chris Henningsen, V.P. Consumer Awareness & IT at InCharge.  “The insight IntelliView brings helps us plan and implement programs that the people we serve most need to restore and improve their financial well-being.””

“We’re happy to offer InCharge access to our Intelliview solution to enable a proactive approach in providing advice to their clients to achieve greater financial success,” said Alan Ikemura, Experian senior product manager for Intelliview.

InCharge Debt Solutions is a nonprofit organization offering confidential and professional credit counseling, debt management services, bankruptcy education, housing counseling and educational initiatives since 1997. With the assistance of certified credit counselors, the organization has helped over three million people repay a staggering $3 billion in debt and provided more than 10,000 free financial literacy community workshops.

The $58,000 contribution is just one of the many ways Experian supports financial literacy and unlocks the power of data to transform lives and create opportunities for consumers, businesses, and society.

Learn more about how Experian’s Corporate Social Responsibly team is helping Experian make a real impact in our communities.