Altvia’s Founder and CEO, Kevin Kelly, was recently featured in the article “Blackstone, KKR Move to Revamp Data Strategy” published by FundFire, a Financial Times publication. This article addresses growing trends and increasing industry needs around data strategy and solutions in the private equity marketplace.
How can private equity firms benefit from accessibility, interactivity, and visualization of their data? In the first installment of a new blog series, Jeff Williams, VP of Products at Altvia, shares insights about data and information solutions trending in the private equity marketplace.
We’re excited to announce the launch of Altvia Answers, a powerful business intelligence and analytics solution that enables Private Equity firms to view and interact with data from multiple sources in one place.
The need for scalability, transparency, security, organization and optimizing business processes in order to save time, resources and money is increasing. How can firms overcome these challenges to get ahead of the competition?
The competition to win – and retain – investors is becoming increasingly challenging, and market trends and predictions surrounding investments warn us to expect continued escalations in difficulty. Combine these trends with statistics indicating that the number of investors planning to invest more dollars in the marketplace is declining, and we’re finding that many Private Equity firms are actively looking for improved, new, and innovative ways to win over and maintain investors.
Now more than ever, Private Equity firms are finding escalated rules and regulations when it comes to information and documentation. Transparency, compliance, and security are familiar concepts in the PE marketplace, but firms need to get ahead in order to satisfy their investors and partners. In the current market, technology offers the most viable, scalable, and complete solutions to these challenges.