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Exploring the use of data in Private Equity

Exploring the use of data in Private Equity

Hear directly from the Ekimetrics team on how private equity firms can unlock the value of data in their portfolio companies and own businesses to deliver competitive advantage.

Author : Matt Andrew

Date : May 7th 2021

Category : Thought Leadership

Data is the biggest untapped asset for private equity companies, especially for those funds operating in the small and medium enterprise market. And in a world of systemised risk – influenced by pandemics, economics and the climate – data mastery has become essential for core sustainability and performance.

In this video series, you’ll be hearing about the opportunities that await private equity firms wanting to become more data driven. From competitive advantage for first movers, to better informed pre-deal proceedings. We’ll be sharing experience on how we support PE firms and their portfolio companies to unlock the value of data in their business to de-risk decisions and exploit untapped opportunities.

To get to grips with the opportunities at hand, hear Matt Andrew, Ekimetrics partner and UK managing director discuss this in detail. Click here to watch the full interview.

 

At Ekimetrics, we translate complex data into actionable insights that helps businesses grow, reduce costs, and build their data capital. For more information about using intelligent data science in private equity, download our report on essential advice and data-led approaches for PE firms.

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