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Frank Bria, Pionier der Bankanalyse und Preisbildung, tritt Earnix bei

Earnix, ein führender Anbieter von Lösungen für Integrierte Preisbildung und Customer Analytics™ im Bank- und Versicherungswesen, gab bekannt, dass Frank Bria, ein Veteran der Finanzbranche, dem Unternehmen als Leiter für professionelle Banking-Dienstleistungen beigetreten ist. Bria erweitert Umfang und Niveau des bereits starken Banking-Teams von Earnix, um die aggressive Wachstumsstrategie des Unternehmens im Banking-Sektor zu unterstützen.

Bria wird bei Earnix über 15 Jahre Erfahrung im Bereich Finanzdienstleistungen einbringen und gilt als Pionier auf den Gebieten Banking-Preisbildung und Customer Analytics, da er 2004 eine der ersten praktischen Anwendungen der Branche für Preisoptimierungen geleitet hat. Seine letzte Stelle war die eines Forschungsleiters bei der CEB TowerGroup, wo sein Schwerpunkt auf der Forschung lag und er Berater für Banking-Analysen und Consumer-Lending war. Zu seinen Kompetenzfeldern zählen Datenanalyse, Verlustrechnung, Marktanalytik und Konzipierung technischer Verfahren für das Privatkundengeschäft.

Frank Bria sagte über seine neue Stelle: „In meinem früheren Leben als Branchenanalyst hatte ich die Gelegenheit, hinter die Kulissen zu blicken und etwas über Analyselösungen in der Finanzbranche sowie über die dahinterstehenden Unternehmen zu erfahren. Ich betrachte die Earnix-Lösung nicht nur als die stärkste und solideste verfügbare Option – das Unternehmen Earnix hat auch eine Vision, die mehr als nur die Preisbildung umfasst und weit über die Maximierung der Profitabilität allein hinausgeht. Wenn wir auf die größeren Ziele des Bankwesens blicken, haben die Firma Earnix und ich ähnliche Ansichten dazu, was möglich ist – zu diesen Zielen zählen Optimierung der Preisgebung sowie Einbehalt und bessere Beziehungen mit Bankkunden.“

Bria fügte hinzu: „Ich freue mich darauf, meine Erfahrungen und meine Leidenschaft für die Analytik einsetzen zu können, Earnix dabei zu unterstützen, seine Präsenz in diesem zentralen Zielmarkt zu erweitern, indem wir unseren Klienten die Möglichkeit geben, besser informierte, kundenzentrierte Entscheidungen auf der Grundlage starker Analytik zu treffen.“

Vor seiner Arbeit bei der TowerGroup war Bria Gründer von Cambio Technologies, wo seine Aufgabe in Software- und Analytik-Consulting für die Finanzbranche lag. In seiner vorherigen Karriere hatte Bria eine Reihe von Stellen bei Unternehmen wie Response Analytics und Khimetrics/SAP inne, wo er Analysesoftware entwickelte und Analytik-Consulting anbot. Bria begann seine Laufbahn als Berater bei Chicago Consulting Actuaries.

Zusätzlich zu seiner beruflichen Erfahrung hat Bria einen Bachelor und einen Master of Science in Mathematik von der Brigham Young University bzw. der Purdue University inne. Ihm wurde ferner der Schwarze Gürtel für Six Sigma verliehen.

Über Earnix

Die Integrated-Pricing- und Customer-Analytics™-Software von Earnix ermöglicht es Finanzdienstleistungsunternehmen, die Kundennachfrage und deren Auswirkung auf die Geschäftsentwicklung im Voraus abzuschätzen. Dadurch können Preise und Produkte an eine sich ändernde Marktdynamik angepasst werden. Earnix verbindet Risiko- und Nachfragemodelle in Echtzeit mit zentralen betrieblichen Systemen und somit die Stärken von auf Analyse basierenden Entscheidungen mit sämtlichen Kundeninteraktionen. Banken und Versicherer verlassen sich auf die Lösungen von Earnix, um die Preise von Anlagen, Krediten und Policen zu optimieren. Weitere Informationen finden Sie unter www.earnix.com.

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