In the first post in this series, we covered the importance of accurate data for private equity firms in our first post. Now in the second installment, we’ll discuss how to formulate an effective strategy for efficiently managing and accessing more accurate data.
Altvia recently announced a new partnership with DataFox, a company intelligence provider that helps organizations find, prioritize, and act on the best fit accounts.
Making deals and raising funds may seem to be all about the numbers, but any fund manager will tell you that success depends on how effectively private equity firms can leverage relationships. This is the first blog post in a four-part series on how Private Equity firms can better use data and technology to their competitive advantage.
We’re excited to announce that for the fourth year, Altvia has earned recognition on B Lab’s ‘Best for the World – Workers’ list. Altvia has been a certified B Corporation since 2011 and recently underwent the recertification process in 2017.
Altvia VP of Customer Success to Join Panel Discussion on Using Technology to Improve Investor Relations
Our Vice President of Customer Success Jill Montera will join the panel discussion “Leveraging Technology in Your IR (Investor Relations) Function” at the 2018 PEI IR & Communications Forum, one of the premier events for investor relations and marketing in our industry.
There is extremely valuable data sitting in your inbox, from contact information to details about meetings, deals, fundraising, and more. What’s the best way for you to accurately and securely integrate this valuable data with your contact and relationship management system (CRM)?
The dynamics of market competition are transforming private equity. Higher valuations, strong demand, and relentless competition are putting greater pressure on fund managers to differentiate. How can private equity firms leverage current challenges to build a more future-focused organization?