Use Date of Birth to Reduce Review Effort
With our most recent release, users can now focus their work better by specifying date of birth when creating an investigation. When several articles are clustered into Findings, all it takes to filter the entire Finding out is a DoB information in one article.
New Investigation Page to Streamline Your Review Process
In our latest release, we have improved the design of the investigation page to streamline your review process and added an investigation summary that helps you keep track of your investigation outcomes.
More Evidence Snippets for More Decisive Review
We are happy to introduce a new disposition menu that brings more transparency into remediation and more evidence snippets allowing you to make more reliable decisions on the Finding level without having to read the full articles.
Introducing Investigation Reports and an Improved Home for Your Investigations
We have a couple of exciting updates to share with you. We are happy to introduce investigation reports that allow you to export your work from Merlon. We’ve also updated Merlon’s homescreen. Read on to find out how you can benefit from these changes: Export your investigations with reports As an adverse media investigation platform […]
What is New in Merlon
We are happy to introduce several improvements we made based on feedback from our users. We hope you will find these changes valuable and they will accelerate your investigations: Easier filtering with the ‘Only’ button You can use the ‘Only’ button in Smart Filters if you want to select only one filter, such as a […]
Smart Filters Accelerate Remediation
Learn about Smart Filters, part of Merlon’s latest release that let you zero in on relevant Findings even more quickly, resulting in faster remediation.
Review Findings Instead of Articles
We are very excited to introduce Findings.
Where others are focused on improving a tedious and error-prone manual screening process, we are focused on eliminating it. This enables risk analysts to focus on value-add decisioning instead of reading long lists of articles.