Special Mortgage and Auto Finance Sessions Added to Impact 2007 Conference
AUSTIN, Texas - Austin Logistics, the leader in providing predictive analytic software for real time decision-making, has announced it has added two timely industry sessions to its Impact 2007 conference, “Customer Level Decisioning to Maximize Profitability Across Risk, Marketing and Collections,” April 16-18 in Austin, Texas. The two special sessions, which will be held immediately following the general conference, are geared to mortgage lenders and auto finance organizations.
Austin added these sessions in response to customer demand to bring peers together to foster discussion and problem solving around the unique challenges caused by rapidly changing market and macro dynamics. Among other things, auto finance organizations are facing a rising tide of subprime auto loan defaults, escalating application fraud and issues concerning customer retention, while mortgage lenders are seeking to reduce their losses caused by the rising tide of non-prime loan defaults, the fall in housing prices, and the rise in mortgage fraud, among other things.
Austin gives lenders the innovative tools to remain ahead of the risk curve, providing companies the flexibility to implement risk-based strategies at the very beginning of the customer credit lifecycle.
These sessions complement an already provocative conference program, including an industry roundtable on fraud: “Data Breaches: Too Little, Too Late?” The world’s leading financial institutions are heavily featured on both days of the conference including: Washington Mutual Bank, Halifax Bank of Scotland, China Merchant Bank, GE Money, Chase Card Services, Triad Financial Corporation, Capital One and others.
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