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Analytics Engines launch Early Adopter Programme for Search & Discovery Platform MINERVA

Analytics Engines are pleased to announce the launch of their MINERVA Early Adopter Programme. Individuals are invited to register interest in the programme by clicking here.

What is MINERVA?

MINERVA is an Intelligent Search & Discovery platform that’s designed to show users how various entities within siloed datasets are connected.

Primarily, anyone involved in investigations – whether in journalism, fraud or KYB and customer onboarding – will find value in MINERVA.

The platform allows users to surface previously unseen (or deliberated obfuscated) connections by showing linkages between individuals, organisations, events, places, and documents.

What makes MINERVA unique?

A unique feature of the MINERVA platform is its ability to search for patterns and behaviours as well as specific entities. This enables users to proactively identify and extract the critical business insights that matter most to them.

The intuitive interface helps to eliminate skills and resource bottlenecks by providing business users with the advanced data analytics technologies they need to drive critical business decision-making, removing the reliance on data scientists and software engineers.

MINERVA’s standardised ETL system enables users to upload their own data to the platform with ease. In addition, MINERVA maintains the integrity of the source file in order to identify more complex relationships between individual entities.

What is the MINERVA Early Adopter Programme?

The MINERVA Early Adopter Programme is an opportunity for individuals and organisations to engage with the platform and to provide input and feedback into the evolution of MINERVA as the premier search and discovery platform. Participants in the programme will have an opportunity to search, manipulate and visualise siloed data within a single data universe.

During the programme, participants will receive One Month access to the full MINERVA platform. Participation in the programme is completely free and participants are not obligated to purchase MINERVA upon conclusion of the programme.

How does MINERVA work?

Analytics Engines Chief Technical Officer Dr Alastair McKinley said: “Our MINERVA Early Adopter Programme will provide users with the opportunity to explore and understand the value the platform offers.”

Who can take part?

Organisations and individuals concerned with the following business functions are encouraged to register for the programme.

  • identifying stories of public interest
  • managing conflicts of interest
  • identifying third-party risk
  • large-scale document interrogation
  • transparency in public office
  • corporate due diligence
  • governance and accountability.

Registration is open to all interested parties, however, spaces are limited. Requests to participate will be reviewed on an application-by-application basis.

Learn more

For more information and to register your interest, click the button below.


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by PJ Kirk

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