About Earnix

How it all started
Earnix was founded by a team of financial services veterans that recognized the need to improve how banks and insurance companies acquire, retain, and serve their customers. They set out to build a comprehensive analytical solution that transforms customer big data into actionable insights and concrete recommendations that maximize customer lifetime value.

What we do best
The Earnix Integrated Pricing and Customer Analytics software combines predictive analytics and patented optimization technology, empowering financial services companies to predict customer behavior and analyze its impact on business performance. Armed with this new level of insight, banks and insurance companies can better match offers and prices to current and future market demand.

Our solution facilitates collaboration among business and analytical stakeholders, enabling faster reaction to market changes. Risk and demand modeling are combined in a single platform and can be applied according to prevailing regulatory and business requirements. The Earnix enterprise architecture provides real-time connectivity to operational systems, bringing the power of analytic-driven decisions to every point of customer interaction.

The value we bring
Leading banks and insurance companies worldwide rely on Earnix solutions to produce consistent and measurable improvements in customer loyalty, profitability, and growth, delivering greater value to customers and higher profits to shareholders year after year.

Our partners
Earnix collaborates with leading financial services technology and solution providers to deliver Integrated Pricing and Customer Analytics solutions that are tightly integrated into core back-office and customer-facing systems and processes. Our relationships with the top service providers give Earnix customers access to unparalleled breadth and depth of expertise to cover all implementation and service needs.

“Earnix is a vendor with proven track record in the predictive analytics and optimization area in insurance and also in banking.”
Nicolas Michellod, Celent, 2014