Helping you find that missing piece of the puzzle
Navigating you through the search journey
Taking search to the next level
Delivering the right information to the right person at the right time
We’re not like other social media monitoring, analysis or big data companies.
Our team has decades of experience working in fraud investigation and software provision. Providing services to a variety of blue chip organisations and across many industry sectors. Including insurance, finance, legal, recruitment and government.
By adopting a hybrid approach of proven & scalable open source technologies and commercial off the shelf solutions (COTS), we have been able to produce a large scale back end solution which does all the heavy lifting with simple and familiar user interface for users. Therefore reducing the need for lengthily product training and increasing user adoption of the solution.
Customer driven innovationOur customers are always the main focus at Intelligenta. We continuously strive to recognise and understand our customers’ needs and create quality investigation based software solutions to meet those needs. This is done by working together with all our customers, building and maintaining good relationships and most importantly continually adapting to their requirements.
Search applications for:
- Open Source Intelligence (OSINT)
- Social media intelligence (SOCMINT)
- Insurance fraud
- Financial fraud
- Benefit fraud
- Cyber bullying
- Employee due-diligence
The next generation in Search for intelligence & investigations.
Using search for intelligence & investigations V1.0
Giving an investigator access to the internet so they can “Google things”, is not an investigation capability, in fact it couldn’t be further from the truth. Commercial search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo have only indexed a small part of the Internet, some studies show as little as 0.04%, but we work on the highest number we have seen which is 6% (As of Jan 2014). This means that there is 94% of the web which isn’t indexed by these search giants! This is quite a challenge, as your investigators will be missing out on the full power of deep web search technologies and the processes delivered through our Axiom solution, which will assist you in surfacing the missing 94%.
Of the internet not indexed by commercial search engines (Jan 2014)
Of investigators self taught in search techniques
Of investigators time spent just searching
Of companies monitor social media for just reputation management purposes
Introducing the Axiom approach
The days of having multiple web browsers open and searching pages and pages of data for the relevant information are gone. Many companies monitor social media and open source data but this is either focused around brand and reputation management or fall into the “Big Data = Big Price Tag” category. Axiom is a next generation search application for open source (OSINT) and social media intelligence (SOCMINT) investigations. We simply allow the investigator to quickly search, analyse, assess and report across multiple data sets and a vast number of information sources all from one interface. These information sources, include social media, google, bing and other search engines as well as investigation related websites, global news sites, RSS feeds, shared intelligence and your own in-house closed source data. We will take online search and investigations from hours to minutes.
All your searches from one place
Transforming data into actionable intelligence
We bring a wealth of experience to your search & investigation challenges
Undetected general insurance claim fraud in the UK alone totals £2.1b!
The number of dishonest motor claims attempting to cheat the industry out of £811m
of investment fraud was related to life assurance
Cases of general insurance fraud was detected in 2012, saving £1.1 billion
Personal injury claims linked to suspected ‘Crash for Cash’ Scams
£'s added to individual policies due to these crimes
New research shows that more than half of UK employers have had costly new hire issues.
Of UK employers reporting bad hires
Of people have lied in a job interview