Banks and professionals
Crime&tech models and tools respond to anti-money laundering obligations for banks and professionals improving the customer due diligence of clients and providers and reducing the cost of prevention and regulatory compliance.
Private companies and industry representatives
Crime&tech services allow to monitor the risks related to the business activity, from the physical security of premises to the assessment of clients and vendors. Assessing the risk for territories and potential partners/clients is a crucial tool to orient investment decisions, develop prevention measures and guarantee the business continuity.
Public bodies and local governments
With Crime&tech products and services, public institutions will be able to better assess the reliability of suppliers and contractors thus reducing the risks of fraud and criminal infiltration, and enhancing the efficiency and transparency of public expenditures, as required by the latest regulatory developments (e.g. anti-corruption plans, monitoring obligations for public tenders, etc). Moreover, they will be able to better monitor the crime and security risks in their territories, and to design more effective policies and prevention measures.
Using Crime&tech’s products and services, business registers and other information providers can integrate their data portfolio with information and indicators in the crime and security field, so as to reach new markets and potential customers.
Data and information provided by Crime&tech can enrich the knowledge of insurance companies, enabling a more precise assessment of geographic and business sector risks and improving the calculation of insurance premiums and policies.
Research centres and universities
Crime&tech offers a wide array of measurements of risks and crimes that are useful for universities and research centres who wish to develop further studies, estimates and analyses in this field.
The network of partners and clients of Transcrime and Crime&tech includes: