Break down information barriers, reduce
case cycle times and speed investigations
With the fast-growing volumes of case data, and the potential increase of valuable intelligence as a result, there is need for a service that can handle exponentially increasing workloads without having negative effects on capacity or performance.
There is also need for a service that allows multiple users from different teams, regions, or even countries, to seamlessly share the latest information. That is what the GID is built for. This new database allows investigators to work together in ways they couldn’t before.
KEY ADVANTAGE #1
Keep cases up to date at all times
The strong technical advantages of the GID result in positive effects on operational work. Rapid matching of records, as well as a more efficient and secure way of sharing information, helps investigators to avoid latency and gives them access to the latest information at all times.
KEY ADVANTAGE #2
Connect to multiple databases
Users will be able to create and connect to multiple databases to interconnect with other investigators internationally, nationally, between districts, and within teams. The result is stronger collaborations and increased efficiency when cutting through vast amounts of data.