Xapien reads and understands, just like a human would
Analysts find, read and assess content. What they learn informs what they know and shapes what they look for next.
Just enter the name of your subject, provide some brief context and press Go.
Xapien does the rest.
If something is interesting, you may want to know where it came from and read the original. All of the information in the reports is from publicly available data and is fully sourced so you can visit the original content.
Xapien finds content from across the globe, published in over 100 languages. All content is translated into English and scanned for risk. You get all the facts about your subject.
Xapien doesn't just present articles for you to read, they are automatically read, identifying assets, associates, wealth, business roles, descriptions, quotes and affiliations. These summaries and categorisation saves hours of reading time.
Corporate records and career history
Information and details within news articles can provide valuable context to help identify obscure corporate records or social profiles via shared associates or contact details.
At a glance
Xapien combs through the records to flag insolvencies and other corporate risk indicators, giving you a high level view of your subject's portfolio.
You can see at a glance the industries in which your subject operates, be that healthcare, pharmaceuticals or minerals and mining.
All the detail
View the key corporate activity in a glance from name changes to locations and trading status.
Xapien highlights regulatory, reputational and values-led risks. This includes corporate insolvency risk, jurisdictional risk, and early signposting of ESG risks.
Locations in context
Every address is shown on a map, alongside streetview images giving you a textured view of where your subject operates from.
Connections and associates
Xapien will surface all close associates. Corporate records as well as open-source data are analysed to extract family members, business partners and overlapping directors. Map out networks at a glance.
Stories in the media are often replayed many times over in different outlets. Xapien uses language processing to detect and group content on the same topic, helping you focus your attention where it's needed.
Xapien's neural risk profiler identifies tangible risks about your subject. Articles about other people with the same name are rejected enabling you to focus on the real risks about your subject.
By reading every story, biography and blog post, Xapien goes beyond structure data to present the people who are written about in connection with your subject, helping you quickly consider options for onward research.