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SAP FRAUD MANAGEMENT

Combating fraud in real time  

When implementing strategies for combating fraud in the information technology sector, we rely on SAP’s solution for Fraud Management. Using the SAP HANA technology, big data from different sources can be analyzed in real time. Structured fraud management can be easily integrated into existing business processes, such as claims processing, without losing any time. SAP Fraud Management makes it possible to detect suspect fraud cases on the basis of a complex set of rules and statistical procedures used to predict unknown fraud patterns. It contains a modern, browser-based user interface that is needed to process suspect cases efficiently. Comprehensive, user-friendly tools enable the development and calibration of detection strategies.

SAP Fraud Management processes data from heterogeneous source systems and uses them for detecting fraud. At this point, it does not matter whether or not you are already using SAP systems. Each detail of a testing step can be analyzed and evaluated taking all data into account.

We support you during the technical integration of fraud management into your current business processes, in order to detect manipulation not only in retrospect, but also in time to take appropriate counter measures.  Our expertise in core processes helps us to determine the correct balance between lean processes and effective fraud protection.

  • SAP Fraud Management for combating fraud in real time in consideration of big data
  • Processing SAP and non-SAP data
  • Comprehensive range of functions: Development of detection strategies, simulation and calibration, online and mass detection, processing of suspect cases and management reporting
  • Interfaces for the integration of fraud management into existing business processes