Webinar: Using Analytics and Fraud Management To Increase Revenues and Differentiate Yourself From the Competition


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About the Webinar

Fraud has many costs to a business, not only in terms of real dollars lost, but also in draining company resources investigating and prosecuting fraud and in reputational damage. For these reasons alone, companies should put systems and processes in place to combat fraud.

However, there are other extremely compelling strategic reasons why companies should implement fraud solutions which can help them gain competitive advantage, grow market share, increase profits, develop differentiated products, and implement more targeted and advantageous customer pricing.

This webinar will review the multiple business benefits for analyzing and combating fraud and the different approaches and best practices to analyzing data for fraud prevention. We will also review several real-life case studies where companies have used fraud analytics to win in the marketplace. Lastly, we will review different technology architectures to enable optimal fraud analytics and prevention.

About the Speaker

Stuart Tarmy

Global Director, Financial Services Industry Solutions, Aerospike

Stuart is Global Director, Financial Services Industry Solutions for Aerospike. He has over 25 years of experience as a General Manager and head of sales, marketing and product management for leading global financial service technology, ecommerce, payments, AI/ML, data management, and predictive analytics (Big Data) companies. He has held senior executive roles with Fiserv, Albridge Solutions (acquired by Pershing/BNY Mellon), MasterCard, and McKinsey & Company. Stuart began his career as a design engineer at Texas Instruments developing machine-learning based computing systems. Stuart holds an MBA from the Yale School of Management, a MS in Electrical Engineering from Duke University, and a Sc.B. with Honors in Electrical Engineering from Brown University.

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