Data is the lifeblood of Experian, a global business that handles staggeringly large volumes of financial and consumer information.

But when Barry Libenson arrived as CIO in June 2015, he found that the company didn’t distribute data between its divisions and to its customers as fast or as efficiently as it should.

To address the situation, he launched several IT initiatives, such as implementing application programming interfaces (API), to improve data transfer, create other efficiencies and ultimately speed the pace of innovation. 
Here Libenson shares his thinking behind APIs and some of his other strategic decisions.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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