SS&C adds Explorer data visualisation and analysis tool to Portia platform

Source: SS&C Technologies Holdings

SS&C Technologies Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: SSNC), a global provider of financial services software and software-enabled services, today released Explorer, a powerful data visualization and analysis tool that turns critical investment data into meaningful information.

Part of the SS&C PORTIA platform, Explorer enables asset managers to easily interact with portfolios, securities, holdings, transaction details and performance data. Users can integrate and visualize data from their investment accounting system, through grid and pivot views, providing data access to operations teams, investment professionals and other key stakeholders.

"In an increasingly regulated and competitive environment, we know that investment managers need unprecedented visibility into their data. Each firm has specific reporting requirements and with Explorer, we enable firms to visualize and compare investment information," says Christy Bremner, Senior Vice President and General Manager, SS&C. "Explorer's simple and intuitive design empowers users to look at their data in a flexible, configurable and customizable format that is easy to pivot and manipulate."

Instead of running multiple reports to view different data configurations users can quickly compare streams of information in one dataset, pulling data from multiple sources to view side-by-side. These efficiencies enable asset management organizations to gain a holistic view of their business, focusing more on strategy and less on operations.

SS&C PORTIA provides a broad set of middle-to-back office capabilities to enable investment managers to track and manage the day-to-day activity in investment portfolios to support global accounting requirements. Offered on a deployed and hosted basis, the solution supports a wide range of functions including corporate action processing, internal reporting, client reporting, regulatory reporting, performance measurement and attribution and post trade compliance. 

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