In this function, we will demonstrate how CABAM can be used to identify suspicious records. Suspicious records are those where somebody has duplicated a transaction or record and just changed one or 2 characters or words in a field. This is done in order to eliminate fraud or misappropriation of resources that may have a direct impact on the profitability of the organisation.
For example, let’s say that claims are generally paid based on the Transaction Date, Claim Description, Claim Key and Amount. In the scenario presented in the video above, every record is unique except for one which is in the database twice with a full stop at the end of the second entry. CABAM will use the suspicious records pattern to pick up that those 2 records are very similar and should be investigated.