Communications and Utility Service Providers Solve the Credit Conundrum at Annual NCTUE Conference in San Diego

August 17, 2017 Yolanda Thomas

It’s that time of year again—time to join your peers across the Telecommunications, Pay TV, Utility and Home Security industries at the NCTUE® Annual Conference!

This year’s event takes place at the US Grant Hotel in downtown San Diego, California, November 8 – 9.

If you’ve never attended this intimate, open-forum event before, make this year your first!  Industry experts, NCTUE members and prospective members come together to share their professional expertise and lessons learned. Attendees gain insights around the challenges facing risk teams today, along with the latest best practices on how to make the most of NCTUE data.

NCTUE data offers access to valuable hyper-relevant information on more than 220 million customers from over 95 other service providers, enabling NCTUE members to see how customers pay their non-financial bills, such as utility, cable and cell phone. This data has proven to be highly predictive of how they’ll pay similar service providers, which helps improve consumer risk assessment, especially the assessment of consumers with thin credit files or no credit files.

Year after year, both NCTUE members and prospective members find value in this event and leave with actionable insights on how to improve their business.

Click here to see the conference agenda and reserve your spot today.

Click here to learn more about the NCTUE organization.

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