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June 2017

Moody's Analytics is revolutionizing credit training by using Artificial Intelligence techniques in scenario based "smart testing" to individually assess the level of knowledge and behaviors of lenders.

In this Moody’s Analytics webinar, we will share case studies of how we are working with clients to:

  • Assess good quality human data and understand how professionally current their teams are across the organization;
  • Achieve multi-dimensional (knowledge, judgment and decisioning) personalized learning for all levels of employees to elevate performance;
  • Reduce training time and costs through a targeted skills gap remediation approach and;
  • Deliver management reports that document enhanced performance.
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