Your business card says you're an analyst, auditor, lawyer, M&A banker, or regulator. In essence, you investigate. Finding connections, identifying errors, or spotting loopholes starts with collecting and converting data into useful information. We call this the Intelligence Cycle. With the massive amounts of data available today - much of it unstructured - the Intelligence Cycle is longer and more complicated than ever. Sinequa helps you with each step of the Intelligence Cycle, from defining the problem to delivering the intelligence you need.
The Data Dilemma
Data is the answer and problem for today's auditors and investigators. There's plenty to help identify a threat or solve a crime, way too much for mere humans to sift through. Today's tools only work for investigations with predictable paths, where simple if-then rules suffice. But increasingly complex investigations and audits don't follow a straight line to the truth and require more intelligent solutions. Regulators, lawyers, risk managers, and compliance professionals face similar challenges.
Most Data is Unstructured
90% of the information relevant to investigations and audits hides in unstructured sources such as documents, emails, and chat messages. Yet, the standard investigative and audit tools only handle structured information. As a result, investigators try to fill the gap with manual effort, wasting up to 10 hours per week hunting for clues.
This report explains how an AI-powered search solution, Investigation Intelligence, helps audit and compliance groups work better.
With a complete picture of the data universe, Sinequa's AI-powered search capabilities speed up finding connections and spotting irregularities within the data. Auditors and investigators can now spend less time gathering and analyzing intelligence and more time identifying the potential threat, crime, risk, or opportunity.
Surface relevant answers for each specific user. And these answers are delivered with lightning speed to accelerate audits and investigations. Also, as an investigator continues to search and analyze, the AI learns and improves results.
You can customize Sinequa to different industries and roles by tailoring the user interface or building search-based applications. For example, the interface for an insurance investigator will look different than a compliance analyst's, which leads to a better employee experience and reduces training time and costs.
Apply AI, natural language processing (NLP), and deep learning to preview content and detect patterns. Don't miss critical information. All this, without having to read every document.
Sinequa's platform handles massive data volumes of any format (structured and unstructured) across all sources. As a result, auditors won't ever need to rely on a sampling approach.
Sinequa works with the most complex, global organizations, where securing sensitive information is paramount.
Investigation audits at a leading bank were eight times faster after deploying Sinequa's solution.
An international intelligence agency's cases increased fivefold over a decade. With Sinequa software, their hiring needs grew at a much lower rate.
A global regulatory organization achieved its mission of investigating proposed mergers within a specific, aggressive timeline.
Free investigators to spend their time applying their intelligence and judgment to their core work. Our software helps your investigators find the risk, detect the threat, assess the breach, value the deal and its consequences, or efficiently surface patterns.
Threats and risks shift and evolve endlessly. Sources change. Sinequa's platform ingests content and data from any source, format, and language. All at scale.
As it ingests content, the Sinequa platform enriches and maps it into entities and relationships. Example entities include people, places, and events. Using Sinequa as a tool, investigators can surface patterns, like money flowing between bank accounts and people. You can tailor the information and presentation to the investigator's needs with a no-code configuration.
Competent investigation requires collaborating across teams, systems, silos, and organizations. Sinequa connects intelligence communities by allowing people to share and accumulate information securely. All this without having to import the data into repositories or data lakes.
Sinequa's agile architecture scales so you can adapt to emerging organizational needs and swelling data volumes with minimal investment in infrastructure. And you can deploy on-premise, in the cloud, or hybrid environments.
Sinequa serves both large and complex organizations with the most complete enterprise search, on the market. Customers employ Sinequa’s intelligent search platform to connect all content (both text and data), derive meaning, learn from user interactions, and present information in context.
Sinequa quickly absorbs new content and extends to multiple roles, use cases, and search-based applications that deliver steady returns. Start with Investigation Intelligence; expand to Expert Finder, Sensitive Data Discovery, and 360° Views of what matters to your business –a customer, a project, or anything else.
"Sinequa provides an excellent insight search engine, ensuring search results are relevant for the user. It accomplishes the objective of accessing the information you are looking for by providing easy connections with multiple systems and sources of information. Sinequa provides great flexibility, providing as much service and functionality as you need or allowing the client to customize their UI or use other additional functionality they might already have in combination with the Sinequa product."
Review from Gartner Peer Insights - 5 stars out of 5
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