'EDE' Spurs Efficiency in a Tough Market

Padillo, John
October 2007
Bank Technology News;Oct2007, Vol. 20 Issue 10, Special section p46
Trade Publication
The author discusses the concept of enterprise decisioning environment (EDE) and its significance to banking. He explains that EDE improves a lender's account acquisition and underwriting efficiency. He adds that the system allows organizations to consider the proper tools and environment to streamline the data and logic used for all product evaluation. Further, the author cites the various propositions of utilizing an EDE in coordinating the various lines of business.


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