BACKGROUND: The client is a Leading Online Education Provider Company that is affiliated with more than 300 schools in the United States and receives more than two million applications from potential students annually. The application requirements for each individual school associated with the online services provider is different and each.
BACKGROUND: A Fortune 500 Financial Services Company receives more than 200 Credit Dispute Complaints from customers daily. Utilizing a staff of three FTE’s and Four Credit Agents to investigate, action, and respond to each dispute resulted in hours of work daily both within and beyond working hours to appropriately resolve.
BACKGROUND: For any company Customer Relationship Management is an integral part of running a profitable business. Being able to quickly update, upload, and download accurate and up-to-date information, for a Financial Service Company especially, is important for monitoring customer risk and alerting agents and customers of possible fraudulent activity on.
BACKGROUND: A Global Insurance Company is made up of 100’s of insurance brokers that act as agents for their respective insurance clients. The company has an internal team of accounting employees currently spending a portion of their day dedicated to checking through every policy broker’s accounts and portfolio of corresponding.
AutomatingMortgageBreach Letters BACKGROUND: The client’s Default Management Function was broken into four separate business units: Pre-Foreclosure, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, and Loss Mitigation. Within the Pre-Foreclosure business unit lies an important activity called ‘Breach’ that involves the servicer aggregating all loan data that warrants a Mortgage Breach Letter and compiling that data.
Predictive Modelingof Mortgage Refinancing. BACKGROUND: Every month the client considers a large group of people who have mortgages to potentially send out offers about refinancing to. Previously, hand-written rules were manually created by subject matter experts to reduce this large pool of potential recipients to a smaller number of borrowers.