Customer Information Management

Moving from relational to graph

Recently Chuck Kane, our Director of Global Solutions, was interviewed by our technology partner Neo Technologies on the use of Neo4J as part of our integrated Customer Information Management platform.

Pitney Bowes partnered with Neo4j to provide effective fraud detection analysis to our customers, made possible by the ability of a graph database to uncover hidden data relationships.

In this 5-Minute Interview (conducted at GraphConnect San Francisco), Chuck discusses how Pitney Bowes transitioned from relational databases (RDBMS) to graph technology, and how the their software uses Neo4j to unmask fraud.