An increasing demand for granular data and customized reporting has made it ever more important for general partners to maintain efficient investor engagement and reporting practices. With eFront Insight, general partners can access an intuitive platform centered on digitizing private market data exchanges, empowering them to streamline investor communications and data exchanges while generating innovative insights into their alternative investments.
Our automated data checks and team of over 60 highly competent data analysts ensure that the alternative investment data you provide to your investors is complete and coherent, with any anomalies reported for verification before submission.
General partners can leverage eFront Data Intelligence standard templates in order to upload their information to the eFront Insight platform. With the click of a button, they can then generate common investor reporting templates, including ILPA, AltExchange, and vendor or advisor specific templates.
eFront Insight gives general partners the control they need over their deal packs and LP interactions, empowering them to streamline the entire deal pack distribution process and directly submit alternative investment information packs to LPs in a consolidated data set.
Leverage detailed quartile rankings and analytical tools from eFront Pevara and other industry benchmarks in order to accurately and efficiently compare your own performance with that of your peers from both an investment performance and data provisioning perspective.
Investor Viewing Mode
Utilize a dedicated set of prebuilt analytical charts in order to preview how your data and analysis will appear to LPs. Through this specialized viewing mode, eFront Insight allows general partners greater understanding into how their LPs both view and interpret information.
One Stop Platform
Access all of the tools necessary for investor engagement, from data and analytics to performance benchmarking and reporting, via one centralized platform.
Investors are requiring a greater quantity of granular data from their fund managers, in addition to quarterly reports.
Every quarter, fund managers must redirect costly resources towards filling in numerous reporting templates, with different content for each of their investors.
Fund managers have little insight into how their investors interpret and use the data they provide.
Fund managers struggle to control who can ultimately access their data, especially in light of ever increasing regulations such as the Freedom of Information Act.
Providing the due-diligence data and track records required by investors during fundraising cycles is often a bespoke, time-consuming process.