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Intelligent Environments to rebrand as ieDigital

The new name holds on to its ‘ie’ heritage but adds ‘Digital’ to emphasise the kind of intelligence it provides

Intelligent Environments Launches Latest Version Of Interact® Collect – A Digital-First Approach To Consumer Debt Collection

Automates the collection of income and expenditure information from consumers, using Open Banking APIs, to make fast, accurate and compliant assessments for collections arrangements

Intelligent Environments returned to FinovateEurope

Intelligent Environments, a software development company that provides financial service organisations with the ability to transform their digital customer experience, returned to Finovate in 2018.

Intelligent Environments Hires Jeremy Young As Chief Executive Officer

Formerly of Fiserv and Oracle, Young brings over 20 years’ experience in Financial Services and Software

Intelligent Environments were delighted to be announced as a finalist in Credit Connect’s inaugural Credit & Collections Technology Awards 2017.

Intelligent Environments, in partnership with Equiniti Credit Services, were announced as a finalist in the ‘Customer Engagement Solution’ category at the 2017 Credit & Collections Technology Awards.

Intelligent Environments wins ‘Best Collections Technology’ at the 2017 CCS Awards.

Intelligent Environments, the international provider of financial services technology, has been named as the ‘Best Collections Technology’ at Credit Strategy’s 2017 Collections and Customer Service Awards (CCS).

Millennials Confused by Building Societies As Three Quarters Admit They Don’t Know How They Differ from a Bank

A lack of financial understanding means that millennials are potentially losing out on the opportunities and advantages provided by building societies, concludes the latest research from Intelligent Environments, a leading provider of innovative financial services technology.

Half Of Brits Would Change Their Bank Following a Cyber Attack, Research Reveals

Security is front of mind for British banking customers with half (50 per cent) poised to switch banks should it suffer a security breach.

Open banking beginning to excite consumers but data security fears persist

Consumers need reassuring over data security fears concerning PSD2 – but are starting to look forward to reaping the benefits of the new directive.

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