Simility API

Integrate your applications to send data and detect fraud

Integrating with Simility

Simility is a comprehensive and powerful fraud analytics software. The software analyzes transactional data (streaming or historical) and detects fraudulent transactions. This helps enterprises protect their businesses from fraudsters in real time and prevent risk occurrence.

Simility software is available as a software as a service (SaaS) and as an on-premises software. If you are opting for SaaS, our data analysts (DA) create instances for your business and you can start using the software. The on-premises software is an installer that can be used on your local cluster or on your virtual private cloud (VPC) environments.

Before getting started, you’ll need to build a tight integration between your application and the Simility software for data feeds. Successful integration of data feeds and other information sources is an important part of deploying the solution. Simility facilitates multiple ways to integrate with our software and transmit data into the Simility engine for processing. Apart from ingesting data from your application, our software is also capable of sending the results obtained after processing the data.

Simility has an inventory of API/JS components that are specific to various use cases ranging from account take-over to transactional fraud. We will deliver what is considered ideal for your business needs and then will augment it based on variations in the data feeds and information that is provided through your system feeds.

The API/JS components help you integrate your application with Simility software, collect the data produced by your application, and transmit data to the Simility engine. Simility supports collecting data from various sources of your application, such as:

  • Application’s front end
  • Back-end servers
  • User experience
  • Mobile applications (Android and iOS)
  • Devices
  • Historical data

You can integrate your applications with the Simility software using Backend API and Device Recon.