Complex investigations demand that dispersed teams move nimbly, pulling from diverse data sources to develop and document cases. Savanna simplifies collaboration and case management by accessing all relevant information, from any source, into one portal. Teams gain easy access to the data and can adapt and share their models as events develop, then build and present comprehensive, convincing narratives so the case can move forward.
Savanna makes case management easier by allowing you to:
Documents uploaded to Savanna are completely indexed so that later searches, even using partial keywords, look through the full text of each document. You save significant time when searching, because you can now access data that was previously unobtainable or incomplete. For example, finding the owner of a vehicle based solely on a partial license plate.
Savanna lets you build custom templates to better describe your findings. They hold all of the data fields that your team wants, and leave out extraneous information. This means that data on new or evolving criminal techniques, like the emergence of Dark Web entities, doesn’t get lost just because it doesn’t fit an existing model.
Savanna provides an accurate and easily accessible method to stay up-to-date with the most recent intelligence and changing environment. Savanna’s dedicated workspaces allow dispersed teams to access and share data quickly, from any web browser, enabling collaborative work within a specific problem space.
Savanna lets you access, filter, and compare diverse data from a wide variety of common file formats, crossing a multitude of silos: social media, news feeds, in-house databases and others. Savanna ingests and displays data from sources such as Wikipedia, Twitter, Instagram, Panama Papers and others, and our custom plugins import it into one accessible location.
Savanna helps preserve hard-to-replace “tribal” knowledge, saving precious time when teams need to reboot due to personnel changes. With our whiteboarding tool, users can create and preserve maps of their thought processes, and attach source documents and evidence, allowing future investigators to understand today’s analysis.
Savanna allows users to take snapshots of their work, to capture and store important concepts throughout the investigative process. New information can be added to a report with just a few clicks.
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