Tokopedia to use graph databases to deal with fraud and risk management

For Tokopedia, the Indonesian most visited e-commerce platform, graph databases will enable them to not only improve their services but also use the insights to come up with products and offerings for their customers. Simply put, graph databases can transform the way we look at and understand data in the future.

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