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Kurtosys Launches Their New Interactive Analytical Web Tools Service for Asset Managers, Kurtosys Tools

Kurtosys Systems Limited announced today that their new interactive analytical web tools service, Kurtosys Tools, part of Kurtosys’ Digital Communications Platform, is now available for asset managers.

Underpinned by Kurtosys Web, our leading web content management solution, Kurtosys Tools provides a refreshing way of presenting fund based data and content on asset manager websites.

With interactive table and charting components and the ability to fully match the look and feel of an asset manager’s website, Kurtosys Tools brings fund web pages to life.  It allows financial intermediaries, professional investors and online visitors an easy way to navigate through the wealth of fund information typically displayed and stimulates increased customer engagement and experience.

Standard tools include price and performance tables, interactive NAV and performance charting, fund explorer/selection, fund information, HTML factsheets and illustrations. Kurtosys Tools can be extended to take charge of other dynamic web pages (such as document libraries, knowledge centres and Q&A communications management, social media, blogs etc.) through use of the underlying web content management solution, Kurtosys Web.

Kurtosys Tools is provided as a fully managed service and allows for the collection of any 3rd party data directly from source or asset manager specific data and content, all validated through Kurtosys’ comprehensive data management capability, ensuring timely and accurate presentation into the asset manager’s website.

Simon Rose, Commercial Director said, “Asset managers are investing significantly to make their online and mobile websites easier to navigate and extract information from. Kurtosys Tools provides an efficient and cost effective alternative to in-house management, and includes the availability of our experienced Digital Design team for advice and guidance on brand, look and feel integration, SEO and latest Web 2.0 trends to maximise the asset manager’s web presence”.

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