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Data visualisation provides deep analysis and real-time insights

Posted by Grant Buckley on 20/10/2020 2:42:09 PM

Harmoney is Australasia’s largest personal loan marketplace, facilitating over $1.7 billion in loans to nearly 50,000 customers in both Australia and New Zealand.

Since its launch in 2014, Harmoney has worked tirelessly to transform the way people borrow and lend money. Their success can be linked back to their innovative way of using data to streamline the application process for their borrowers while also improving the accuracy of credit risk assessments.

To achieve this, however, they needed to ensure they had the right data infrastructure in place.

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Topics: tableau, case study, snowflake, datarobot

Driving innovation in the personal loan market

Posted by Grant Buckley on 20/10/2020 2:41:30 PM

Harmoney is an award-winning online lending platform providing New Zealanders and Australians with competitive interest rates for their personal loans.

But that’s not the only thing that sets them apart from traditional banks and lending institutions. Rather than requiring people to decide who is worthy of a loan, they use ‘technology, science, and mountains of data’ to help make these decisions – and do it better and faster.

To achieve this, they needed the right technology stack. Technology that allowed them to store and access decision-making data, using it to help improve the customer experience and inject more fairness into loan approvals.

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Topics: tableau, case study, snowflake, datarobot

Keeping People Safe With Rapid Contact Tracing

Posted by Dee Lern on 19/10/2020 11:20:18 AM


The Challenge.

With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, it is important for organisations to be able to perform rapid detection and contact tracing within their workforce.

At Southern Cross Hospitals (SCH), there were no systems in place to correlate all possible interactions between their hospital staff members (doctors, nurses, staff) and patients. This made it a challenge for effective and specific contact tracing, should the need arise.

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Topics: alteryx, tableau, case study