General Purpose

Senzing for General Purpose allows an organization to quickly and easily leverage Entity Resolution in an unlimited number of ways including: continuous vetting, investigations, maritime domain awareness, credit risk, humanitarian assistance, opioid investigation, and more. Senzing’s Entity Resolution 2.0 allows you to find bad actors to enable your organization’s productivity.

Senzing for General Purpose Empowers Organizations:
  • Find common identities (despite incomplete and messy data) within and across data sets.
  • Instantly find relationships between customers, prospects, subjects of interest, employees, vendors, and more.
  • Build an enterprise-wide, single view of identity.
  • Perform single subject search with comprehensive fuzzy matching.

Senzing Smarter Entity ResolutionTM

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Continuous Vetting

Perpetually assess the fitness of those receiving privilege

Privileges like employment, government clearances, immigration come with varying degrees of due diligence. Typically, these decisions are made at a point in time and then periodically re-evaluated, e.g., every five years. Continuous vetting allows an organization to perpetually re-assess the privilege versus the fitness – by taking into account the new data in real-time.

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Explore your data in ways designed to exploit messy data and expose clever criminals

Built in cultural name comparison and fuzzy matching speeds up investigative analysis. Using the pre-constructed, entity-resolved and graphed, index delivers unprecedented discovery. For example, searching for only an address might lead an investigator to a person’s resume which includes other important records that did not have that address – essentially finding information that would have otherwise been missed.


Supply Chain Risk

Find people and organizations in your supply chain with reputational or fiscal risk

Discover current vendors or other parties in your supply chain, who were previously terminated with prejudice (e.g., corruption, product diversion) to see if they have snuck back in. Compare your vendors to the U.S. Department of Treasury’s OFAC SDN list to get instant peace of mind that you are (probably) not transacting with banned parties. Combine your vendor list with derogatory watch lists like manufacturers with a history of environmental damage (e.g., toxic spills), poor labor practices (e.g., child labor) and other potentially brand damaging relationships.


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Introduction to the Senzing App

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