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Also Known As
PowerCurve, QAS-Experian PowerCurve
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Overview
Your data is a strategic asset and competitive differentiator. But actionable insights can only be achieved through proper data quality. PowerCurve helps companies unlock the power of their data, so they can make informed decisions and create superior customer experiences. With our range of data quality software and services, you can have confidence that your data is delivering value.

IBM Decision Optimization represents a family of optimization software that delivers prescriptive analytics capabilities to enable organizations to make better decisions and deliver improved business outcomes.

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Sample Customers
Bay Area Credit Service LLC
Banque de France, BondIT, FleetPride, DecisionBrain
Top Industries
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Computer Software Company29%
Financial Services Firm29%
Outsourcing Company10%
Comms Service Provider9%
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Experian PowerCurve is ranked 1st in Decision Management Tools while IBM Decision Optimization is ranked 4th in Decision Management Tools. Experian PowerCurve is rated 0.0, while IBM Decision Optimization is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Experian PowerCurve is most compared with FICO Decision Management and SAS Real-Time Decision Management, whereas IBM Decision Optimization is most compared with .

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