Xanalys products form part of an integrated suite to enable investigative management and analysis of data.
The Investigation Software Company
NWAA Implement Link Explorer for Aerospace Supply Chain Analysis
The North West Aerospace Alliance (NWAA) has recently implemented the Xanalys Link Explorer software to provide visualisation and analysis of the Aerospace Supply Chain. Coupled with the NWAA Skills Capacity model the software provides graphical and geographical analysis of the North West Aerospace data and offers a better understanding of the complexity of the data. The solution offers a range of benefits including :-
- Navigation and Visualisation of the Supply Chain data
- Improved forecasting
- Identification of Skills gaps and locations in the Aerospace sector
- Highlights Collaboration and Partnership opportunities
- Integration of HE & FE training courses
- Improved scheduling and planning
- Logistical Planning
Xanalys® Ltd develops and markets innovative investigative management software solutions for law enforcement, military, intelligence and financial organizations.
Combining award winning and patented software with domain experienced staff, Xanalys deploys affordable solutions to address the complex demands of investigation management. With worldwide deployment of its solutions, Xanalys supports its clients through a network of partners and distributors, and directly through its base in Altrincham, Cheshire UK. Xanalys continues to develop its software solutions in a framework of consultation with its users, and is constantly striving to advance its technology capability and the means to deliver business value to agencies worldwide. For more information, visit www.xanalys.com.
- Building an evidence-based approach to I.P. investigations
- Xanalys team with UCLAN’s Criminal Investigation MSc
- Xanalys will be exhibiting at the TSI Consumer Affairs and Trading Standards Conference and Exhibition 2013
- PowerCase ‘pop-up’ Incident Room
- Xanalys will be exhibiting at the International Crime and Intelligence Analysis Conference – Dec 2012