FICO Expands Operations in Chile with New Office

Chennai, India, July 21, 2017 Silicon Valley analytics software firm FICO is expanding its operations in Chile with the opening of its first office in Santiago. The office will serve customers in Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Bolivia and Paraguay. FICO also has offices serving Latin America in Sao Paulo, Brazil and Miami, Florida.

FICOuses Big Data and mathematical algorithms to predict consumerbehavior. Its products are used by financial services, health, insurance,telecommunications and other industries to manage risk, combat fraud, establishmore profitable relationships with customers, optimize business processes andoperations, and comply with strict government regulations in more than 100countries in the world.

"Ourbusiness in Latin America is growing rapidly, and Chile is the ideal country toserve as our base for customer support in this region,” said AlexandreGraff, FICO vice president and general manager for LatinAmerica.

“Chile’sstable political climate and economic momentum make it the ideal place for us,and we serve a large number of customers here, including six of the top eightbanks and four of the top six retailers in Chile,” added AlexandreNardy, SOLA manager for FICO and the leader of the company's operations in ourcountry. “In addition, Chileans are people who love innovation, andanalytics-based decisions are the wave of the future.”

The newoffice in Chile is located at Cerro Colorado 5240, Torre II, 10th floor, LasCondes, Santiago 7560995, Chile.

For moreinformation or to reach a representative visit: http://www.fico.com/es/.  

Founded in1956, FICO introduced analytic solutions such as credit scoring thathave made credit more widely available, not just in the United States butaround the world. The company is a pioneer in the development and applicationof critical technologies behind decision management. These include predictiveanalytics, business rules management and optimization. These technologies helpbusinesses improve the precision, consistency and agility of their complex,high–volume decisions.


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