In our example, when looking at the specific suspicious nodes, we get an instant understanding of the insurance fraud situation. We have three customers, the red nodes, in this ring and three different claims, the green nodes. These claims are under the supervision of the same lawyer and the same evaluator. Curiously the two customers that instigated the claims, John Piggyback and Werner Stiedemann, are both linked to a third existing customer, Paula Smith. Piggyback has the same phone number and Stiedemann the same email address as her. This is an abnormal situation, as neither of the two shares her name or address, that is very likely an insurance fraud. At this point, investigators can launch further investigations and/or legal proceedings.
Ogma makes it possible to leverage the power of Oracle graph database with this simple integration. It’s also possible with our graph visualization library to facilitate interactions: switching to another graph layout (circular, geospatial, force-directed, hierarchical), filtering nodes and edges, grouping nodes and edges, etc. Ogma enables Oracle BDSG customers to visualize their data, helping non-technical users find hidden insights in real-time within the data.
Oracle BDSG users can now use Ogma to visualize their graph data. If you want to know more or try Ogma, contact us today.
Ogma also has connectors to other databases like Neo4j and you can develop your own connector to communicate with any other database in minutes. Feel free to contact us if you want to integrate Ogma into your next web application.
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