What is Monitoring?

A data-driven monitoring rule helps you to automatically identify and keep you informed about a wide range of changes and important business events, e. g. related to risk flags or increased debt burden, such as: 

  • New defaults or account openings
  • Subjects that fall into arrears greater than a configured amount
  • Subjects reaching a configured risk grade
  • Newly disputes or reported bounced cheques

To click even with your custom use case, the feature gives you freedom to create multiple monitoring rules with a different set of subjects, monitoring rules, and recipients of notifications.

How does Monitoring work?


Automatic Data Evaluation

Define your portfolio of companies and individuals to keep an eye on. The system will automatically begin to evaluate data for those subjects whenever it gets changed


Define Your Rules

Turn on monitoring rules designed to recognize important business events or data changes.



Be notified when a monitoring rule is triggered by the change in your portfolio.


Set Your Parameters

Configure your monitoring rules by setting parameters, e. g. like thresholds for past due days, amounts, current balances, instalments, grades, to monitor specific business cases.


Notify Users

Choose recipients that should be notified in case a monitoring rule is triggered, or export all generated notifications directly.