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Dashboards: Power Within Reach

Steven Harrison
Steven Harrison

The sheer volume of data that Portfolio and Risk Managers must navigate throughout the day has grown tremendously as strategies have become more complex and the regulations more demanding. Every wasted click, sort, or search for the relevant data they need is a potential opportunity lost. Deciphering complex relationships of data from disparate systems, paper reports, and in different formats increases the chance of errors and slows down their productivity. When investors, clients, managers, regulators, or compliance departments request a report on their fund’s VaR, stress tests, or performance, it should be just a click away.

That’s exactly what Imagine’s Dashboards and reports are designed to provide.

Imagine Dashboards give users the tools to cut through the data noise with intuitive simplicity. Powered by our comprehensive data and analytics, Imagine Dashboards are fully interactive and real-time. From managing trading strategies with multi-factor exposures, to fulfilling investor demands for P&L attribution, to monitoring their compliance department’s AIFMD, UCITS or 40 Act limits, Imagine’s users are leveraging these groundbreaking dashboards.

Click here for a closer look at dashboards like these and others built for P&L and performance, exposure analysis, stress testing, FX, VaR, Greeks, beta & correlation, and more.

Contact us today to start using the best dashboards for your organization. Customized proprietary dashboards and reports can be quickly and economically created to your specifications by Imagine’s Professional Services division.

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About the Author
As a co-founder of Imagine Software, Steven Harrison has been instrumental in managing the company’s evolution from an enterprise software firm to the first fully-hosted, cloud-based, portfolio and risk management solutions provider, and, more recently, in its latest innovations, Imagine Risk Services and the Imagine App Marketplace.

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