Data analytics for credit unions webinar series begins October 16

SANTA ROSA, CA (September 30, 2013) — Free for all credit union personnel, a series of three webinars covering data analytics will begin October 16. The webinars, hosted by IQR Consulting, a data analytics firm that provides consulting services for financial institutions of all sizes, will focus on the specific analytical needs of credit unions. These webinars are designed to help credit unions understand how insights drawn from credit unions’ data can improve member services, increase member engagement, enhance product performance and reduce operating expenses.

According to IQR Managing Director Karan Bhalla, the initial webinar will act as an introduction to data analytics. In the one-hour session, credit union leaders will come to better understand that how analytics can help them make the best use of their available resources and obtain the competitive edge they have been looking for.

The introductory webinar on October 16 promises to answer the following common questions about data analytics:

  • ·         What is analytics, and what does it means to credit unions?
  • ·         How are financial institutions using it to solve their pressing issues?
  • ·         How and in which areas can credit unions use analytics?
  • ·         What kind of benefits can credit unions reap using analytics?

The remaining two webinars will cover the design of successful marketing campaigns and the growth of card portfolios using analytics.

Introducing Analytics to Credit Unions
October 16, 2013
2:00 – 3:00 pm ET

Registration is now open at

About IQR Consulting
IQR Consulting is a leader in portfolio and financial analytics, reporting, statistical modeling and campaign management. The analysts at IQR are experts in the use of segmentation as a means for highly targeted marketing. With accurate and actionable insights and analysis, IQR helps credit unions, banks and casinos leverage data assets to increase profitability and to better compete against larger institutions. For more information, visit

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