Addison, Texas (May 21, 2015)
Digital Matrix Systems, Inc. today announced the latest update to CreditServer™ 9.02, the premier hosted data access tool designed to simplify retrieving data files from the major credit bureaus and other specialized data sources with a single request. With eight new data sources, the latest version is the most robust to date, with over 60 percent faster transaction speeds. CreditServer™ integrates easily with existing DMS products, including CreditAnalyst™, DMS DataWarehouse™ and Summary Attributes™.
CreditServer™ also features the enhanced DMS Common Inquiry, which simplifies data requests to multiple sources using one format. The DMS Common Inquiry enables users to make data inquiries to multiple data sources simultaneously and permits “waterfall” logic to be incorporated into the request without the need to resend inquiry data.
“More diverse data sources mean a clearer picture of the variables relevant to financial service providers and insurers seeking to control risk, prevent fraud and improve underwriting abilities,” said David Graves, DMS executive vice president.
“We want to make managing risk easier for our clients when it comes to accessing the best available data, with a continuous focus on performance improvement,” Graves added. “This latest version does just that and empowers data-driven decisions.”
About Digital Matrix Systems, Inc.
Founded in 1982, DMS is an international risk management solution provider that helps clients leverage the power of data to make better-informed business decisions. Through an integrated product suite, DMS delivers secure access to consumer and commercial credit bureaus, as well as specialty data providers. As a reliable partner DMS helps leading companies predict and manage risk in a variety of industries, including financial services, insurance, and brokerage services. The company provides data warehousing, advanced analytics, scoring models, and comprehensive consulting services, delivering strategic solutions tailored to each client’s business goals. For more information, visit www.dms.net.
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