Analyze CS Enterprise

With Analyze CS Enterprise, your organization can share information, collaborate, and work more effectively together.

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With Analyze CS Enterprise, your organization can share information, collaborate, and work more effectively together.

Build knowledge and share intelligence
With the number of image and video files at an all-time high, investigators and their organisations need a new solution to help them convert this information into a valuable asset. A solution that helps you build knowledge during investigations and lets you share intelligence for quicker and better results over time.

Griffeye’s Analyze Collaboration Server Enterprise provides a toolkit to effectively analyze, categorize and process high volumes of data. As well as a central, quality-controlled repository where files are stored in a highly structured manner and extracted with ease for new investigations.

Helps you and your organisation accumulate knowledge and build intelligence over time.
Accumulate knowledge
Stored knowledge becomes an asset for the future and can be used by new people on their first day. It also means that knowledge remains in an organization when individuals leave.

Scale to your needs
Rapidly and intelligently process huge volumes of images and video. The information is also stored and accumulated over the longterm to deliver fast, accurate results today and in the future.

Manage, organize and build intelligence
The dashboard view gives an easy overview and control of the information and the collaboration. Collect insights and increase the overall intelligence of the organization.

Share information
Share information easily between colleagues and offices as well as across organizational and national borders. To maximize the skills, perspectives and knowledge of everyone involved.

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