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Using scorecards in decision strategies

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35 mins

Pega Platform '24.1
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Beginner Pega Platform '24.1 English

A scorecard is a mathematical model that determines a score value based on a set of conditions and a combiner function. The conditions either use customer properties directly, or an expression based on them. The output of a scorecard is the raw score plus a segment, which is obtained by defining a set of cut off values that create a set of score ranges. Learn how a scorecard can be used to determine the customer credit score, and how the credit score can be used in a decision strategy.

After completing this module, you should be able to:

Build a scorecard
Use the segmentation result and the score value of a scorecard in a decision strategy

Practice what you learned in the following Challenge:

Creating a scorecard to calculate the credit score v1

Available in the following mission:

Credit Risk Decisioning v2

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