Hatari is a no-code platform for risk management operations around Lending and Transaction Monitoring for; Compliance/AML and Fraud Detection.
It enables you to build and automate workflows that help you make better decisions as to what customers use your products and how they use them.
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This document exists to help you to know your way around the Hatari Platform, from creating a Project to connecting Hatari's Backfill and Event APIs to your system and more.
This section helps you to understand the features and concepts of our Risk management platform
This section allows you to be able to create a project which enables you to connect to our API to upload data from different data streams. Under the project feature, we have other key functionalities like Dashboard, Events, and Configuration.
With the project feature, you will be able to view analytics relating to your use cases with ourDashboard functionality to understand your data better. With our Events functionality, you will be able to view and manage every flagged event. The Configuration functionality enables you to be able to copy API keys to collect data from third-party systems and create webhooks that enable you to push alert data to your third-party system.
Learn more about how to create, visualize, configure and manage your projects on the project page.
This feature enables you to create workflows which allow you to connect your data stream to set rules or directives based on your use cases, you will be able to design nodes (Input nodes, Rules nodes and Action nodes) into the canvas. Using the workflow canvas allows you to set rules and also specify the actions to be taken after rules have been set.
Learn more about how to design workflows, set rules, make actions and manage the workflows systems.
The feature enables you to view analytics important to the workflow and view the list of cases that have been flagged and be able to make decisions. It enables you to view the summary of very flagged cases whether they are Pending, Settled, Blocked, Allowed, and Reviewed in nature.
Learn more on how to manage and make decisions on cases.
Updated 8 days ago