Santa Clara, California, Bangalore, India, Apr 27, 2016 - Trianz, a global consulting and turnkey execution services firm, is proud to be a sponsor at FICO World 2016that is being held at Washington, DC from April 26th to April 29th. FICO World 2016 will bring together the world’s thought leaders and business experts to explore the latest technologies and strategies for unlocking insights and powering the best decisions possible. Over 1200 professionals, industry experts and thought leaders from 40+ countries will be attending the conference.

Sri Manchala, President & CEO of Trianz, said, “We are pleased to be a sponsor at FICO World 2016. This platform will bridge the gap between partner eco-system and FICO’s growing technology footprint, and it will further complement our understanding of FICO’s technology endeavors.”

Trianz, winner of UNICOM Analytics Award and ranked among top 20 Big Data services firm by Silicon Review, has made significant strides in the space of Analyticshelping clients with smarter solutions that can predict, guide and process with informed decisions using structured and unstructured data.

Commenting on the participation, Santhosh Nagaraj, VP - Client Relationships, said "The Trianz team is thrilled to be part of FICO World 2016. This is a wonderful platform to interact with industry peers, thought leaders and experts to understand the changing paradigm of FICO’s technology landscape.”

Professionals responsible for customer on-boarding and experience, pricing, cybersecurity, pricing, cybersecurity, risk management, compliance, fraud and IT will explore the latest technologies and strategies for unlocking insights and powering the best decisions possible.

About FICO World

FICO® World 2016 will feature more than 100 speakers in nearly 80 breakout sessions on analytic innovation, auto lending, collections, credit scoring, customer on boarding and experience, cybersecurity, insurance, mortgage lending and regulatory compliance. FICO World 2016 will also include a special executive track, and a “Practical and Tactical” track for technical audiences.