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Unlock hidden value with proper data governance

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As fund managers continue to operate in remote and decentralized environments, many are seeking ways to unlock more value from their data across various business functions. Through these initiatives, the need for proper data governance has become arguably more important than ever before for firms to achieve operational and organizational success. Read More

The Need for Data Governance in the COVID-19 Era

The Need for Data Governance in the COVID-19 Era

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Financial markets around the world have experienced a great deal of stress and turmoil due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Leading to unprecedented levels of risk and significant challenges spanning the middle and back office, the new environment has forced funds to reevaluate and enhance their digital transformation. Read More

Bitemporal Point-in-Time Data

Bitemporal: Point-in-Time Data

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In an age where the importance of data needs no emphasis, it is no surprise that asset managers have begun to accelerate their collection of information from multiple sources in varying amounts. These sources can range from a file provided by a broker or fund admin to a market data provider. Although it rarely occurs, there are times when historical data can be incorrectly provided or maintained by the data source. In a unitemporal scenario, a user can rectify the historical record of data for the timeframe in which inaccurate data was provided or maintained. However, in doing so, the user erases the previous record that was once thought of as correct.
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Data Governance Engine for Driving Growth in the Finance Industry

Data Governance: Engine for Driving Growth in the Finance Industry

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Organizational success depends on certain core building blocks that work in alignment with common business objectives. These main building blocks include business activities, data and analytics, but we believe the most important ingredient to organizational success is data governance. Although it has been somewhat of an abstract concept until now, data governance has been shown to provide cohesion in the standards to align people, processes, data and technology for successful and sustainable results while simultaneously helping organizations leverage data as a corporate asset.

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