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3 pre-requisites for data management in asset management firms

Asset managers make critical data-driven decisions on every business day, unlike other industries where such decisions are made relatively less frequently.

In the case of asset management firms, when there is a change in the rating of a security, it has greater implications on its price, which requires the attention of the asset managers. This is one such example reflecting the criticality of data in asset management firms from the day-to-day operations perspective.

In our experience, serving asset management firms, we have come across many such scenarios, including monitoring and maintenance of percentage of asset allocation in portfolios, clients’ investment preferences, benchmarking performance, tracking corporate actions, maturity of bonds, expiry of futures and options, calculation of NAVs, abnormal dynamics in the price of securities, etc. All these scenarios demand instant monitoring and notifications, and timely decisions from the asset managers.

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Topics: finance, Database Management

Your Guide to Choosing the Right Version of SQL Server


Time to read – 3 minutes

This blog post will help you determine the best version of SQL Server for your organization’s needs.
 

Continuous Improvement

Data management gets a little easier with the release of each version of SQL Server.

With each new version, the performance gets enhanced through the introduction of new functions that previously required complex coding. Security features and analytics capabilities generally also get a nice tune-up.

With each new version you may think, “it can’t get any better than this”, but alas, the thought only prevails until the release of the next version!

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Topics: Technology, SQL Server, Database Management