Compare Experian Crosscore vs. NICE Actimize

Experian Crosscore is ranked 27th in Fraud Detection and Prevention while NICE Actimize is ranked 6th in Fraud Detection and Prevention. Experian Crosscore is rated 0, while NICE Actimize is rated 0. On the other hand, Experian Crosscore is most compared with FICO Falcon Platform, whereas NICE Actimize is most compared with BAE Systems NetReveal, FICO Falcon Platform and ThreatMetrix.
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CrossCore™ is the first smart, open, plug-and-play platform for fraud and identity services. It delivers a future-proof way to modify strategies quickly, catch fraud faster, improve compliance, and enhance the customer experience.

Fraud affects you, your customers, and your bottom line. In an attempt to stay ahead of fraud, systems have become more complex, more expensive and even more difficult to manage.

Experian's CrossCore is the industry’s first open fraud and identity platform. For the first time, you’re in the driver’s seat to choose the services you want, when you want them.

Get the strength you want with the flexibility you need, for more effective fraud management.

Delivers real-time, customer-centric fraud prevention that supports a holistic, enterprise-wide fraud management program.
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