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Eagle Investment Systems Strikes Alliance with Microstrategy

Investment manager clients of Eagle will get access to portfolio data and analytics via web, mobile devices and Microsoft Office applications.

Microstrategy as part of a plan to deliver investments managers access to portfolio data and analytics through the Web, mobile devices and Microsoft Office applications.

The partnership will enable Eagle buy-side clients to access highly visual dashboards and portfolio data on the web, on mobile devices or via Microsoft Office applications to perform in-depth portfolio analytics and in-depth risk and performance analyses, the company said.

Eagle plans to integrate Microstrategy Business Intelligence Platform with Eagle’s portfolio management solution.

Business executives and portfolio managers will be able to use the Microstrategy-based reporting solution to quickly navigate multiple complex data sets, create data visuals using MicroStrategy Visual Insight, and interact with portfolio information on their mobile devices using MicroStrategy Mobile, according to the release.

“Our data management solution has always been built on innovative software that consolidates, validates and delivers vital information to our clients in the formats they need,” stated John Lehner, Eagle president and CEO in the company’s release. “This alliance with MicroStrategy streamlines our ability to derive quality information from multiple sources and consistently deliver it as rich content to the web, iPads and smartphones, or to Microsoft Office applications.”

MicroStrategy’s enterprise reporting platform is agile, easy to use, and gives fund managers the tools they need to interact with portfolio data on their smartphones and mobile devices,” according to Sanju Bansal, MicroStrategy chief operating officer. “Leading financial organizations are deploying MicroStrategy’s integrated platform to give their large user communities fast and direct access to business analytics through the use of user-friendly dashboards, interactive reporting, and innovative mobile apps,” Bansal added. Ivy is Editor-at-Large for Advanced Trading and Wall Street & Technology. Ivy is responsible for writing in-depth feature articles, daily blogs and news articles with a focus on automated trading in the capital markets. As an industry expert, Ivy has reported on a myriad ... View Full Bio

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