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What’s New at CEPRES: Enhanced Analytical Capabilities and Data Flexibility

We are thrilled to announce several powerful new features and enhancements to the CEPRES platform. These updates aim to provide our users with more detailed analyses, improved data visibility, and greater flexibility in their financial evaluations. Here’s a comprehensive overview of the latest additions:

Fund Net and Gross Valuation at the Deal Level

We have added the Fund Net and Gross Valuation metrics to the Power Analyzer at the Deal Level. Previously available only at the Fund Level, these metrics can now be utilized at the Deal Level, enhancing the granularity of your analyses.

  • Hurdle Rate Value: This metric is also now available at the Deal Level.

  • Benefits: Users can build more comprehensive tables within the Power Analyzer, leveraging these additional data points to create more detailed and precise calculated fields for their analyses.

Original Currency Analysis on the Dashboard

You can now view analysis in the dashboard using the original currency of the data.

  • Pinning Data: Analyses that support data in the original currency can be pinned to the dashboard and viewed without conversion to other main currencies.

  • Visibility: This option allows for more accurate representation of data, maintaining the integrity of the original financial context.

Calculated Fields in Shared Dashboards

Sharing dashboards just got easier and more comprehensive. Calculated fields created in the Power Analyzer and used in analysis widgets are now included when sharing dashboards.

  • Improved Collaboration: Previously, widgets containing calculated fields couldn’t be shared. Now, shared dashboards will include these widgets, allowing other users to see and interact with them without needing to recreate the calculated fields.

New Fund and Deal Sizes Range for Performance Attribution Analysis

To better accommodate the diversity in fund and deal sizes, we’ve introduced new ranges for performance attribution analysis.

  • Expanded Ranges:

    • Funds: 250M or less, 250M-1000M, 1000M-5000M, and more than 5000M.

    • Deals: 50M or less, 50M-250M, 250M-500M, and more than 500M.

  • Enhanced Analysis: These new ranges allow for more accurate grouping and analysis of performance measures across different sizes, providing deeper insights into performance attribution.

Leveraging the New Features

These updates are designed to provide our users with the tools they need to perform more detailed and precise analyses, improve data visualization, and enhance collaborative efforts. We encourage all users to explore these new features and incorporate them into their workflow to maximize the potential of the Origin platform.

For any questions or assistance with the new features, our support team is always ready to help. Contact info@cepres.com or your local sales manager.

Stay tuned for more updates and enhancements as we continue to evolve and improve the CEPRES platform to better serve your needs.

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