According to Gartner’s research, currently only 10% of innovative projects currently use graph technologies, but this will significantly rise to 80% in 2025*.
Graphs fundamentally change how users interact with data, enabling them to understand the context extracted from the relationships between entities, places, accounts, and so forth. Graph is increasingly critical in AML, and in this DataWalk white paper you will learn:
How graph analytics is different from the traditional approach
Why graph analytics is better for AML investigations
How you can get a holistic view of ALL possible data for AML investigations
Real-life examples of how graph analytics can change AML
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