As we have reported in our recent post, Experian® announced the availability of IntelliViewSM, its new interactive, Web-based query, analysis and reporting tool.

“In today’s extremely competitive digital world, business analysts want information when they want it, the way they want it. Nowhere is this more evident than in the financial services sector, where the power of information helps risk and portfolio managers improve strategies and make better business decisions every day,” said Jeff Price, senior vice president of product management, Experian Decision Analytics. “Never before have financial professionals had this amount of pertinent data at their disposal that can be categorized and evaluated according to specific needs. IntelliView creates value for our clients by allowing them to evaluate new markets, acquire new customers and maximize existing customer relationships for sustained portfolio growth.”

IntelliView data is sourced from the information that supports the Experian–Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Reports and contains the following elements:

Customized data: With multiple user levels and custom configurability, IntelliView allows users to tailor data and reports to meet their business needs by offering users online access to more than 400 Experian–Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report graphs and charts. In addition to the ability to customize chart types, metrics and report layouts as well as the capability to select and view data by geography (including state), VantageScore® credit score, industry and time period.

Improve business strategies and decisions: IntelliView also enables financial professionals to take the guesswork out of strategic planning and business decisioning by providing:

  • Credit segments — Detailed information for benchmarking comparisons and an understanding of how recent legislation may have impacted credit metrics
  • Quarterly updates — Consistently monitored credit trends designed to ensure that financial professionals are using the most recent trend analysis for developing credit strategies and policies
  • Benchmarking and forecasting — Access to industry groups for peer benchmarking and competitive analysis, as well as data and insights that can be utilized for profit and loss forecasting and stress testing

“With today’s ever-changing market conditions and increased regulatory scrutiny, financial institutions require advanced tools for optimizing strategic planning and operational decision making,” said Price. “The reports available through IntelliView utilize aggregate credit data that has been predefined into the appropriate product and analytical groupings, taking the pressure off of an organization’s internal resources and allowing them more time for analysis.”

To find out more about IntelliView, go to http://www.experian.com/market-intelligence. Also, to   attend today’s webinar on consumer credit trends from the Q3 2012 Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report, please register at http://bit.ly/W3SNvD.

Source:  Experian Press Release