Research's Technology Revolution

Research analysts have a tough job. They spend much of their long days slogging through company financials, 10-Ks and 10-Qs, creating models and theses, and sitting through long meetings and conference calls. And while buy-side firms have spent liberally on tools to manage trades, positions, P&L, and on the purchase of research itself, few firms have systems in place to control the deluge of information they are receiving or managing.

Analysts constantly complain about having to distill a "f

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