Think Finance Hires Craig A. Nies As Chief Analytics Officer

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September 1, 2013 by apicomely

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Nies will be responsible for all predictive analytics, including the development of new models for marketing, risk and fraud across the companys suite of solutions.He will also lead research and development of advanced modeling techniques that leverage new Big Data sources and technologies. Craig brings an impressive background in designing and deploying new models for predictive analytics. His expertise will be a great complement to our already strong team and will help us continue to innovate and refine our products to better serve our customers, said Ken Rees, Chief Executive Officer, Think Finance. We are thrilled to welcome Craig to the company. Prior to joining Think Finance, Mr.

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