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Modern data extractions that mean Excel is ex-hell

A middle office’s data is so valuable, everyone wants to use it. But what’s the best way to efficiently and accurately share information?

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Getting ruthless with the costs

The true price of outdated IT in asset management

In an increasingly competitive market, can asset management companies be successful without investing in technology that is more cost effective? The...

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Focus on the value, not the software

The cost of everything, and the value of nothing

The standard viewpoint of the middle office has been as a cost center. As a result, middle offices have often been overlooked and investment in technology...

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The Art of Perfection: Heston's Black Forest Gateau

"Like Heston's gateau, time and effort must be put into sourcing quality ingredients or data whose attributes are accurate, well regarded and consistent."

In The Art of Perfection series we are exploring...

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By the Numbers: Launching our Next Generation Performance Solution

On September 28th 2016, we launched Revolution Performance, the latest expansion to the StatPro Revolution platform.

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StatPro Workflow Issue Three: Q4 2016

Key issues for the middle office in asset management firms today.

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Five Reasons Why Poor Data Control Is Holding Back Asset Managers

Increasingly, asset managers understand the need to adapt to the opportunities and asset management challenges surrounding big data and analytics tools.

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Poor Data Control: key asset management challenges for 2017 and how to respond

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Abnormal Returns Data: the bane of the performance analyst

When it comes to measuring and analyzing performance in the asset management industry, the quality of both source and calculated data is of paramount importance.

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Next Gen Performance Measurement: data management

Ask any middle office team what keeps them awake at night and, nine times out of ten, they will cite one overriding issue: data management.

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