Eze Software Group's Rob Keller discusses some of the major investment management technology projects planned for 2017.
Eze Software's Jeff Shoreman reflects on the trends that will drive big changes in the investment management landscape in 2017, and how financial technology will influence the outcome.
Welcome back! As we wind down 2016, we thought it would be a good time for some reflection. This has certainly been an interesting year, for the markets and the world. It’s been a challenging year for the industry, but also one where markets rallied, and innovation blossomed. Here at Eze, we saw a number of great successes in product development and business growth.
Eze Software's Jeff Shoreman discusses Eze's service model and how it's changing to deliver a better straight-through-processing experience for investment managers.
As the markets get more complex, software providers increasingly need to deliver solutions quickly, efficiently, and flexibly. This is how Eze Software incorporates Agile into its development philosophy.
Investment managers are increasingly looking to improve how their systems handle data management. Here’s why.
Private equity funds can leverage high performance software to satisfy investor needs and free their staff to concentrate on their investments by lessening the administrative burden on the firm.
Hedge fund and 40 Act institutional investors are expecting higher levels of transparency around fund fees than ever before. To deliver, investment managers must consider technology solutions that would fulfill needs such as commission management, research budgeting and voting under MiFID II, as well as centralization of data functions such as shareholder and limited partner reporting. Eze Software's Jeff Shoreman explains.