September 30, 2020
We live in a connected world. Modern analytics calls for understanding the connections or links between things, not just the characteristics of the things themselves.
Recognizing the existence of connected networks is an opportunity for graph database applications. Graph databases can ingest and represent the qualitative characteristics of both the entities and the relationships or links among them.
Graph-shaped business problems are all around us, and with some practice they become easy to recognize. A graph database can expose connections among individuals as well as between individual and corporate accounts. It can help you examine behavior patterns among related entities to identify compliance risks or new business opportunities that are difficult to find using traditional means.
This TDWI Checklist Report looks at how data-driven organizations will benefit from expanding their analytics arsenal to include graph databases.