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January 08, 2013

Experian's IntelliView Will Give Financial Professionals More Consumer Credit Data


The economic crisis that has hobbled the world to some extent has been attributed to the lack of information available about the credit worthiness of borrowers. Whether that’s true or not is debatable, but one thing is for sure: outdated information can cost a financial institution a lot of money.


To help overcome some of the problems associated with dated information, Experian recently unveiled IntelliView, an interactive, Web-based query, analysis and reporting tool.


The goal of this service from Experian is to give organizations the best available information 24/7 for several lending categories, including automotive, bankcard, first mortgage, second mortgage home-equity lines of credit, and personal loans and retail card... Read More


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2013 - The Year of WebRTC

Tom Keating : VoIP & Gadgets Blog
By: Tom Keating
WebRTC has been making great strides of late. A few companies using worth checking out are bistri, Plivo, and twelephone. I'm in the process of testing bistri and twelephone, but I did actual use Plivo's proof-of-concept WebRTC offering, which I'll get into a in a moment.

First an overview of bistri and twelephone. bistri is pretty interesting because it lets you link with Facebook, Google, Windows Live, Yahoo, Jabber/XMPP, and 'контакте. It'll pull all your contacts and their presence status and display it on their website allowing you to chat, or make a voice or video call - all within your browser using WebRTC... Read More

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