News: FICO appoints Louise Lunn to lead Global Analytics Delivery


FICO appoints Louise Lunn to lead Global Analytics Delivery

UK-based leader will oversee worldwide teams applying AI, machine learning, optimization and more
FICO appoints Louise Lunn to lead Global Analytics Delivery

Global analytics software provider FICO has named Louise Lunn to lead its newly created Global Analytics Delivery organization. Lunn, who is based in the UK, will oversee the teams of data scientists worldwide that develop custom analytics solutions and exploratory analytics projects for the world's top banks, as well as retailers, telecommunications firms, insurance companies and other businesses.

"Superior analytics are at the core of FICO's DNA," said Will Lansing, CEO of FICO. "As demand for our AI, machine learning, optimization and other analytics has increased, we have created a central organization for analytics services that will accelerate our innovation and deliver the best solutions faster to our customers worldwide. Louise has transformed our analytics team in Europe, and she brings a wealth of leadership experience to this new role."

As head of EMEA analytics, Lunn has led the team responsible for delivering analytics projects to customers throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and for bringing advances in analytics technology to customer projects. In her new role, she will oversee regional delivery teams in EMEA, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and North America, as well as the company's Global Analytic Delivery Center based in Bangalore, India, applying the latest breakthroughs in analytics to solve specific customers' challenges.

Prior to joining FICO, Lunn was a partner at Radar Risk Limited, an independent credit risk consultancy. She previously held leadership positions in Experian's Decision Analytics group, and at Scorex. Lunn has a BSc (Honors) in Systems Modelling from Sheffield Hallam University.

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