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Altvia’s CEO and Founder Kevin Kelly will join the panel discussion “Technology’s Enormous Impact on the IR Role and What You Need to Know” at the 2017 Investor Relations & Communications Forum hosted by Private Equity International (PEI), now in its 12th year.
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How can Private Equity firms differentiate themselves in an increasingly competitive market? To explore the process by which fund managers and institutional investors can achieve differentiation on their “path to the top,” I interviewed Jill Montera, VP of Customer Success at Altvia.
Data is becoming king, next to cash – and in the world of Private Equity, capturing data can be challenging and extremely time-consuming. This data is oftentimes transferred via email and becomes limited due to the lack of systems integration to capture and consolidate. The limitation not only affects data integrity at the system level, but also the housing of institutional knowledge within a Private Equity firm. If a member of the firm leaves, the accrued knowledge leaves as well. This can become a major challenge in times of resource constraints for both fund managers and institutional investors – as well as in times of accelerated growth.
In a recent article by Nicole Miskelly of Private Funds Management entitled, PE firms should get savvier with data, Altvia’s CEO, Kevin Kelly, was interviewed for a perspective on the “big data” trend and in particular how Private Equity firms are using data to help make the business and fundraising process more efficient. “Forward-looking firms are the ones that realize that there is a lot of data in their operations; they just need to do a better job of capturing it,” comments Kevin.