Understand the millions of global Gen Z consumers who are already credit active and how you can better serve them
Know how to connect with new business and manage your existing customer base enables you to build profitable and loyal customer relationships.
Access a diverse range of risk management, fraud prevention, valuation and business process enhancement.
Apply the right fraud strategy to the right customer and spot fake identities and suspicious behaviour before damage is done.
As a global information and insights company, we provide an accurate and comprehensive picture of each person, and steward it with care. As a result, organizations can better understand consumers in order to make more informed decisions, and consumers can be confident their data identities will result in the opportunities they deserve. Our broad portfolio in South Africa, where we have the nation’s largest vehicle database, includes products that address fraud, identity and risk management, automated decisioning, and marketing. Our customers include two of the four largest banks, the top 10 insurance companies, and top multinationals in banking, retail and telcom.
We make trust possible by ensuring each consumer is reliably and safely represented in the marketplace.
Find your best customers and determine the right ways to serve and retain them — through access to products and services that help them achieve their goals.
Deliver friction-right experiences and relevant offers tailored to specific consumer needs, preferences and patterns – while reducing risks posed by fraud.
Extend tools, offers and opportunities that help people understand and manage their financial situations, driving loyalty and cross-sell opportunities.
Week Three: Job loss as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic has increased significantly since the survey started, with Millennials most affected.
Week Two: Financial concerns continue to be most prevalent among Millennials and Gen X.
Week One: The COVID-19 Pandemic’s Financial Impact on South African Consumers
The TransUnion SA Consumer Credit Index (CCI) fell yet again, this time to 48 in Q1 2020