WhenFresh

How much is too much data?

In conversation with Mark Cunningham, Founder and Director at Whenfresh. Mark discusses in this clip the explosion of data and how there are limits in terms of what information we need to capture and how we need to be conscious of this within our processes as we continue with digital transformation. See the full interview and find out more about WhenFresh -> Here.

Climate change and risk

In conversation with Paul Rout, SVP consultancy sales at Whenfresh. Climate change has become an up-and-coming topic for credit risk teams and it is of no surprise that property and climate datasets can be invaluable in this risk assessment. However, as Paul also explains there is a big customer service and collections prevention angle here too. It can really help. See the full interview and find out more about WhenFresh -> Here.

Property has important data for customer insights

In conversation with Paul Rout, SVP consultancy sales at Whenfresh, he explains how property is at the centre of most of our lives and as such associated data can provide valuable insights for many customer-related areas. See the full interview and find out more about WhenFresh -> Here.

A slowing down of digital adoption?

In conversation with Mark Cunningham, Founder and Director at Whenfresh. WhenFresh specialises in property data and here Mark reflects on digital/data adoption through the pandemic and how this will evolve going forward. See the full interview and find out more about WhenFresh -> Here.

Simplified decisioning and data APIs

In conversation with Mark Cunningham, Founder and Director at Whenfresh. In this clip Mark discusses the Whenfresh API, the thinking behind the data value chain and how we are evolving to delivering decisions rather than data. See the full interview and find out more about WhenFresh -> Here.

Data: The gap between being useful and being necessary

In conversation with Mark Cunningham, Founder and Director at Whenfresh. Here Mark discussed data, and what data is useful vs necessary for decisions. The housing market is a case in point and we discuss some of the recent trends and how these may play out in the future. See the full interview and find out more about WhenFresh -> Here.