StatPro Group plc, (“StatPro”, AIM: SOG), the AIM listed provider of cloud-based portfolio analytics and asset pricing services for the global asset management industry, has added “Personal Configurable Dashboards” to StatPro Revolution in its March release.
This powerful new feature, driven by client demand allows clients to create personalised analysis screens to show only and exactly what each user wants to see. For too long, software vendors have forced their clients to use the same standard view of their data when each of us needs to see things in a different way. This is especially true of complex portfolio analytics where every user has very different needs and desires. Now with StatPro Revolution each user can get precisely what they want.
Available to all clients, Personal Dashboards gives users total flexibility and control with multiple screen layouts and visual analysis components. Clients can create custom menus and deploy new dashboards instantly to defined user roles allowing for access control to the individual user level.
Personal Dashboards has been in beta testing with selected clients since late 2017 and is now freely available to all StatPro Revolution clients as part of the March 2018 release.
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Justin Wheatley, Chief Executive, commented:
“ Personal Dashboards represents an important step in the capabilities of the Revolution platform. Clients have always appreciated the level of interactive visual and tabular analysis in Revolution but wanted the ability to create their own layouts using various analysis components.
“We have responded to this client demand with Personal Dashboards, a powerful new feature available to all clients. The feedback so far has been very positive as clients push towards digital self – service strategies for portfolio analytics. ”