Financial Services Knowledge Combined With Business Intelligence Expertise
Albridge’s heritage in delivering unmatched data accuracy and quality, combined with our in-depth knowledge of the financial services industry, enable us to offer an integrated suite of business intelligence solutions designed for financial organizations. Our comprehensive Business Intelligence suite is fully integrated, so deployment is quick and easy, without compromising functionality.
Albridge centralizes many types of data into one enterprise repositoryrealizing savings from eliminating needless duplication of systems, data and processes while protecting the security and integrity of data. Our Business Intelligence solution will help you unlock the value that is often hidden or inaccessible within data, including:
Access to a privileged report writer allows users to select from a variety of reports and filters to meet the needs of the distribution chainfrom regional sales directors to branch managers and investment professionals.
A turnkey solution that is preloaded with Albridge data, custom data and pre-defined business intelligence reports. The solution allows users to create and share reports and perform predictive analytics and "what-if" scenario modeling.
Access to a set of files that enables your organization to create your own consolidated repository of investor centric accounts, transactions, and positions data or integrate with an existing business intelligence suite.
Gain secure anytime, anywhere access to data and analytical tools through this comprehensive, Web-based, modular solution.
Monitor your firm's key performance indicators and make fact-based decisions on your tactical and strategic objectives.
By Scott Anderson, Vice President, Research and Analysis, Albridge Analytics, a division of Albridge, a BNY Mellon Company
Albridge Analytics released its National Broker-Dealer Distribution Highlights for the first quarter 2014. This informational piece includes first quarter asset and sales trends for mutual funds and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) in advisory and commission-based programs. It also includes asset and sales trends for separately managed account programs.