Experian executive honored with Mortgage Banking Magazine's Tech All-Star
Linda Haran selected for her leadership and contributions to the field of
COSTA MESA, Calif., April 4, 2013
COSTA MESA, Calif., April 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --Experian^®, the leading
global information services company, today announced that Linda Haran,
director of product management and strategy for Experian Decision Analytics,
is being honored with Mortgage Banking Magazine's Tech All-Star Award for the
development and introduction of Experian's IntelliView^SM product.
The company's new interactive, Web-based query, analysis and reporting tool
enables financial professionals to optimize strategic planning, uncover new
opportunities and improve decision making by having 24-7 online access to
Experian's aggregated quarterly consumer credit data. Data is available for
seven lending categories, including bankcard, retail card, automotive, first
mortgage, second mortgage, home-equity lines of credit and personal loans.
"We are thoroughly impressed with the ease of use and depth of information
that is readily available via Experian's IntelliView product to help mortgage
banking professionals improve their strategies and make better business
decisions," said Janet Reilley Hewitt, editor in chief, Mortgage Banking
Magazine. "This innovation by Linda Haran and her team at Experian has truly
contributed to the field of mortgage technology and earned her a well-deserved
spot in the 2013 Tech All-Star class."
IntelliView data is sourced from the information that supports the
Experian–Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Reports and is easily accessed
through an intuitive, online graphical user interface, which enables financial
professionals to extract key findings from the data and integrate them into
their business strategies. This unique data asset does this by delivering
market intelligence on consumer credit behavior within specific lending
categories and geographic regions.
"We are extremely proud of Linda and her team's accomplishment for being
recognized as a Mortgage Banking Tech All-Star," said Charles Chung, president
of Decision Analytics North America at Experian. "Linda's leadership and the
team's ability to make all the reports available online through IntelliView is
game-changing. By utilizing aggregate credit data that has been predefined
into the appropriate product and analytical groupings, IntelliView takes the
pressure off of an organization's internal resources and allows more time for
Only seven people received Mortgage Banking Magazine's Tech All-Star Award in
2013. Haran's successful 11-year career at Experian also is highlighted by the
2005 launch of a patent-awarded Web-based product that provided key insights
through data on mortgage and home-equity products. In her current position,
she leads a dedicated team in packaging and executing solution sets that
encompass analytics, consulting and software capabilities based on market
trends and client needs.
To find out more about IntelliView, go
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to manage credit risk, prevent fraud, target marketing offers and automate
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