Firms provide data-driven solutions to optimize business processes
Global analytics software provider FICO today announced a partnership agreement with Intermatica, one of the main Italian players in the TLC field, to provide a range of FICO’s solutions for AI-powered decision optimization to Italian businesses. Intermatica is a system integrator with over 20 years of presence in markets such as energy & utilities, telecommunications, defense and civil protection, with strong R&D and innovation capacity along the entire value chain of digital transformation.
Under their partnership agreement, FICO and Intermatica will offer the market solutions for data-driven business transformation using powerful mathematical models. FICO’s predictive analytic and optimization tools enable businesses to make the best decisions in the shortest possible time, control business performance, understand their customers to offer them exactly what they need. These approaches improve the business model and optimize resources by reducing industrial costs and increasing the return on investment.
“This partnership highlights the importance of the Italian market for FICO,” said José Vargas, Managing Director, Western Europe at FICO. “The pandemic has made the need for completely digital customer processes paramount, and made the application of advanced analytics more important than ever. Our solutions are ideally suited for today’s environment.”
“Today, large industrial players identify new technologies as a determining factor for creating innovation and generating new business opportunities, equipping themselves with specific models, methodologies and professionalism to implement enabling strategies capable of improving their competitive advantage,” said Claudio Castellani, Chairman at Intermatica. “Decision optimization is the most advanced way to develop strategies, and has the enormous power to improve profitability and customer loyalty. We are therefore honored to be the only FICO partner in the Italian market. We are extremely proud to have entered into a win-win agreement. This partnership represents much more than a commercial agreement: it is first of all about sharing an idea, an approach that allows Italian companies to equip themselves with the right tools to become stronger and stronger, to bridge the gap with their main competitors by transforming their way of operating in a short time.”