Fair Isaac Corporation, a leading provider of analytics and decision technology, announced the release of Capstone Decision Accelerator, the first of a series of account origination support solutions built upon Fair Isaac's advanced Enterprise Decision Manager platform.

Specifically designed for new account originations, Capstone Decision Accelerator is ideal for building and maintaining the policies, practices and procedures that define the complex business strategies found in the originations process. Capstone Decision Accelerator leverages the power of Fair Isaac Blaze Advisor to provide companies with proven rules management technology that supports the entire process for designing, building and maintaining rules-based decision applications. 

The solution includes a Strategy Management Workstation which allows a business user to develop originations strategies by creating and maintaining lending products, rule sets, decision trees and tables. Combined, these components allow credit grantors to realize greater profitability by booking more loans, cutting losses and reducing operational costs and delays through the deployment of consistent strategies and leading predictive analytics.

The announcement is in conjunction with the introduction of Fair Isaac's Enterprise Origination Solutions (EOS) Group. Capstone Decision Accelerator, a core component of Fair Isaac's Enterprise Origination Solutions, is the first of several new origination software versions that will be introduced by Fair Isaac over the next year. Enterprise Origination Solutions is focused on the delivery of the software, analytics and professional services throughout the originations space. 

 

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