Earnix Announces Speaker Lineup for the 4th Annual Pricing & Innovation Summit

The Summit, tagged as “Finance Leaders in Session”, assembles business and analytical financial industry leaders together to share experiences on the latest practices of data and analytics innovation

Tel Aviv, Israel, June 23, 2015 – Earnix, a leading provider of integrated customer analytics solutions for financial services, today announced the speaker roster for the 4th Annual Pricing & Innovation Summit.

The two-day Summit brings together international executives and data scientists from the banking and insurance industries. The Summit agenda offers more than 30 sessions; from case studies on data driven decisions and applied predictive analytics to discussions on how big data is influencing marketing, product and pricing decisions.

This year’s Summit program includes distinguished speakers and industry leaders from Google, Zurich Insurance, LexisNexis, Verisk Analytics, The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, 9INCH, FeeX, McKinsey & Co., Liberty Insurance, Yapi Kredi, Danske Bank, Euro Bank, Axis Bank and more.

The Summit hosts delegates from over 25 countries and provides financial services industry leaders an executive space to explore the latest, most innovative advances in applied analytics.

Date: November 4-5, 2015

Location: 8 Northumberland Avenue in the heart of London.

To register or get more information, check here

About Earnix

Earnix integrated customer analytics software empowers financial services companies to achieve optimal business performance through data science and predictive analytics. The Earnix analytical solutions drive superior product, pricing and marketing decisions, while ensuring alignment with changing market dynamics. Earnix combines predictive modeling and optimization with real-time connectivity to core operational systems, bringing the power of analytic-driven decisions to every customer interaction. For more information visit www.earnix.com



Aviv Cohen, VP of Products & Marketing