A state-of-the-art cloud and on-premise decision management platform that allows you to discover, analyze and automate strategic decisions using data, real-time analytics, predictive models, machine learning, artificial intelligence and business rules.
Sparkling Logic SMARTS can improve the decision quality and automate business decisions while shortening the time from discovery to deployment of predictive models and solutions in many verticals including financial risk, fraud and compliance.
Automated decisions are at the heart of your business processes. Join us for a one hour tour of Sparkling Logic’s SMARTS end-to-end, low-code/ no-code Decision Management Platform.
In this webinar we’ll show you how you can use SMARTS to capture, automate, and evolve your critical business decisions using data, machine learning, and business rules.
Through live demonstrations, you will learn how to manage your interactions with customers, manage risk and fraud, ensure compliance, and dynamically configure and price your products and services, and much more.
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Find out why the Norwegian Directorate for Integration and Diversity chose SMARTS and how they use it on a daily basis.Read the Customer Story
Find out why Equifax chose Sparkling Logic SMARTS as the engine for its interconnect decision management platform and the benefits they have seen after more than 6 years of use.Read the Customer Story
Sparkling Logic was ranked in the top 10 fintechs of 2021 by CIOReview magazine. The editors of CIOReview have recognized that Sparkling Logic's decision management technology is a highly sophisticated, yet easy to use, platform for developing, deploying, and improving operational decisions. For their selection, the magazine relied on a panel made up of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts in addition to its editorial board.Read the Article