Siren enters partnership with LMI to fight fraud and waste for the U.S. government

Siren, a leading provider of Investigative Intelligence analytics, is establishing a new partnership agreement with LMI, a technology consultancy that works with the United States federal government, including the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, and health and Intelligence agencies.

An area of focus for the firm will be in applying Siren to challenges in law enforcement and fighting fraud and waste. 

“LMI is highly prominent in its field and has long held relationships with users of investigative intelligence technologies,” said John Randles, CEO of Siren. “For Siren, the partnership is of great strategic value as it strengthens our presence in Washington. It is an ideal time for us to work with LMI as the requirement to correlate and analyze multiple datasets to fight fraud and waste, and to enhance criminal or other investigations, becomes more of a pressing need in many U.S. Government organizations.”

LMI was founded in 1961 under the Kennedy administration as an objective consultancy and today continues to operate free of commercial bias and political interests.

Its advanced analytics practice pairs data scientists with domain experts to deliver meaningful and actionable insights using tools and skill sets that include agent-based modeling, forecasting, machine-learning, and predictive algorithm development.

The Siren Investigative Intelligence platform is used worldwide as a key component in investigative solutions, search and discovery efforts, and as an enhancement to Elasticsearch implementations.

It makes domain experts more self-sufficient from IT than ever before, allowing them to ingest, model and investigate correlations without coding support.

For more information about this news, visit https://siren.io/.

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