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Focus on Analytics: Tap non-traditional data sources to help uncover hidden insights

Featuring: Andrew Matuszeski, Information Fabric Solutions, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Services

 

LINK to article: Tap non-traditional data sources to help you make loans with confidence

 

Andrew recently contributed an article in the latest Edition of HP’s BPO Edge e-zine titled, “Tap non-traditional data sources to help you make loans with confidence”. Cover Image.JPG

 

In this article Andrew looks at how some of the new solutions available to mortgage banking companies can shorten the mortgage application process without short cutting it and helps them to make a more informed application decision.

 

In particular, Andrew discusses how through the power of HP Autonomy software and HP Actionable Customer Analytics Services mortgage banking companies are able to “fill in the blanks about an applicant’s income / rental history etc” by tapping into the non-traditional, unstructured data sources to help assess the application and build a clearer picture of the applicant’s credit / income / rental history.

 

Please take a moment to read this very important and insightful article.

                                                                                                                                

LINK to article: Tap non-traditional data sources to help you make loans with confidence

 

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About Andrew Matuszeski

 

Andrew is the offering manager responsible for developing and executing IM&A’s Actionable andrew matuszeski 1.jpgCustomer Analytics for Financial Services.  Prior to joining the IM&A team, Andrew served as Chief of Staff for Managed Enterprise Services and as WW Market Development Consultant accountable for HP’s successful Imaging and Printing strategy in the banking sector.

 

Andrew holds a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from St. Lawrence University, and is a Certified Document Imaging Architect.

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