Decision Management Advances, Growth Strategies for Changing Times Will Be Focus of Fair Isaac's Prague InterACT Conference Keynotes

InterACT Conference SAN RAFAEL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 30, 2004--New advances and opportunities in Enterprise Decision Management and fresh insights on how companies can thrive in times of rapid change will be the focus of Fair Isaac Corporation's (NYSE:FIC) keynote addresses at its upcoming InterACT conference. The company's world summit on business analytics and its applications will be held in Prague, Czech Republic on 27-30 April, 2004. Conference and registration information is available now at www.fairisaac.com/interact.

In addition to Fair Isaac CEO Tom Grudnowski, featured keynote speakers at InterACT Prague include Bill Nowacki, vice president of Professional Services and Channel Partners at Fair Isaac, and Robin Sieger, an internationally known expert on the dynamics and motivators of organizational change.

Nowacki will focus on the opportunities available today for businesses to dramatically improve their decision processes across the enterprise using new analytic tools and solutions. He will discuss the growing value of applying these technologies in an era of increasing globalization, more challenging and complex customer relationship dynamics, changing economic conditions and new regulatory demands.

"The future of analytics-powered decision making has moved from concept to reality," said Nowacki. "Fair Isaac has mastered the art and science of leveraging data to drive consistently smarter and more profitable decisions across the enterprise, and our InterACT attendees will have an exclusive opportunity to learn how these new strategies and technologies can be easily deployed to make an immediate, lasting and measurable impact on their businesses."

Sieger will address the strategies that smart companies worldwide employ to drive growth and gain competitive advantage in a fast-changing business environment. Sieger will bring to life his premise that successful organizations have three things in common -- clearly defined goals, a plan to achieve them, and ultimate confidence that they're going to succeed -- and will discuss how individuals within organizations can impact that success. He will also emphasize the value of understanding customers' motivations and relating to them in ways that drive loyalty and the bottom line.

Sieger is an acclaimed author and former department head at BBC TV, and now leads the Sieger Group, a corporate consulting enterprise based in London and Charlotte, North Carolina.

About InterACT

InterACT is Fair Isaac's annual educational forum that provides industry leaders from multiple industries with the latest ideas, insights and strategies for achieving smarter, more consistent and more profitable business decisions. Since 1976, thousands of business leaders have learned about analytics, decision management and customer treatment strategies at Fair Isaac conferences.

The Prague InterACT conference will feature a content-rich agenda of presentations and discussions focused on the latest advances in analytics and decision technology, and fresh ideas on how they can be applied to improve business performance, build a more profitable customer base, fight fraud and achieve optimal regulatory compliance.

About Fair Isaac

Fair Isaac Corporation (NYSE:FIC) is the preeminent provider of creative analytics that unlock value for people, businesses and industries. The company's predictive modeling, decision analysis, intelligence management, decision management systems and consulting services power billions of mission-critical customer decisions a year. Founded in 1956, Fair Isaac helps thousands of companies in over 60 countries acquire customers more efficiently, increase customer value, reduce fraud and credit losses, lower operating expenses and enter new markets more profitably. Most leading banks and credit card issuers rely on Fair Isaac solutions, as do insurers, retailers, telecommunications providers, healthcare organizations and government agencies.