Input data created on the basis of multiple sources, starting from database tables, through files (e.g. in csv format), to network services.
All input data stored in an ordered tree structure, regardless of the form in which it will be transferred to the system.
Available decision trees in the form of a set of formulas, tables, graphically modeled algorithms, openness to the use of models based on PMML or R language, and even on a code fragment in C #.
Full control over the order of calling and converting groups of aggregates. Monitoring of the calculation process.
Data loading processes, algorithms or data strings available in the form of block diagrams easily modifiable in the graphic environment.
Tariff algorithms for insurance companies
Aggregates and models used in the credit risk assessment
Strategies controlling the debt collection processes