The platform provider to private investors has updated its flagship private capital data platform to reflect the range of new clients' needs as well as their investors' greater data demands.
The platform's version 6.5 enhancements are set to include data lineage and visibility into investment commentary, advanced visualization and charting options for its mobile and web analytics portal, streamlined tracking, reporting, and management of key performance indicators (KPIs) for a range of credit instruments used by new alternative asset management clients, and optimized user experience.
The changes come as iLevel has expanded its user base to include institutional investors and pension plans—traditionally acting as limited partners (LPs) in private equity funds—in addition to its foothold in the general partner (GP) space, where iLevel is now used by more than half of the world's 15 largest firms.
“We have been using iLevel since 2011, and have seen first-hand how quickly the platform has evolved. This latest release demonstrates that iLEVEL has a good vision for our market and listens to its clients," says Emily VanHuysen, vice president at The Carlyle Group, one of the provider's GP clients.
LP firms, meanwhile, are served by the platform's support for performance monitoring, capital call and distribution tracking, and internal rate of return (IRR) calculation, and several have been using iLevel as part of a pilot program begun this past July.
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