Visualizing 1 Billion Points of Data: Doing It Right

Visualization is the best way to explore and communicate insights about data. Whether you are dealing with geospatial, time series, or tabular data, interactive graphics allow everyone on your team, from analysts to executives, to understand the patterns in your data.
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A Better Alternative: Advanced Analytics and Alternative Data in Consumer Lending

The unsecured personal loan market is hot and growing rapidly. It is also prime testing grounds for the use of alternative sources of data and advanced analytics in marketing and loan decisioning, given the number of traditional and non-traditional lenders competing to meet consumer demand. Join Equifax and Aite Group as we dis

Expand Access to Credit with Alternative Data from Equifax

Equifax analysis indicates that approximately 91.5 million consumers in the US either have no credit file, or have insufficient information in the file to generate a traditional credit score. Your visibility into credit applicants determines whether you will offer more loans or miss profitable opportunities. By giving you incre

Harness Real-time Public Information to Improve Active Shooter Response

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