FICO Xpress is the premier mathematical modeling and optimization software suite in the world, with the best tools available to aid the development and deployment of optimization applications that solve real-world challenges. FICO Xpress helps organizations solve bigger problems, design applications faster and make even better decisions in virtually any business scenario. Xpress Optimization Suite includes two types of tools: model building and development tools, and solver engines.

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