Asset management businesses today have access to more information than ever before. However, bringing all this external and internal information together, and then trying to extract insight, often feels impossible. Furthermore, Portfolio Managers and Analysts are increasingly frustrated as they are sure that someone in their organisation must already have valuable experience, or knowledge of a query they have, but how do they easily find out who they are?
Interest in Knowledge Management systems (defined by Stanford University as platforms which: centralise all investment research in one place; enable sophisticated (non-key word based) search to systematically interrogate the interiors of all documents; and enable collaboration across complex organisations, identifying latent knowledge, and internal experts) is experiencing something of a renaissance.
Reducing the time spent searching for information can result in significant improvements in investment decision-making (and subsequent performance). To turn knowledge into advantage requires a commitment to connect the unconnected, thereby empowering organisations to easily identify hidden knowledge assets, better differentiate offerings, and use data for better outcomes.
To find out more about how asset managers are creating the right connections between people and within knowledge, KiteEdge, recently selected as an Engine innovator firm, are conducting an online survey across the industry. The survey will take less than 5 minutes to complete and your views would be very much appreciated.
To participate in the survey, please click here.
All respondents will receive a summary of the survey results.
The deadline for survey responses is 21st May.