Zinniat - giving context to data

Meaning + context = knowledge

Delivering best-in-class investment products depends on the timeliness, accuracy and quality of data distributed to clients and regulators.  Your success depends on you, your people and your partners all operating from the same unified perspective. Zinniat will enable this vision to become reality.

Zinniat’s ground-breaking approach to data management knocks down the silos, streamlining and automating the collection, validation and delivery of static fund and dynamic portfolio data. With a framework that provides both meaning and context, Zinniat transforms your information landscape.

Analyzing Data
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Going beyond the warehouse

Zinniat is more than the data warehouse traditionally used to collect siloed information. While Zinniat unifies and synchronises data from multiple sources across the organisation, Zinniat’s true innovation is in collaborative governance. Beyond simply replicating information managed elsewhere, Zinniat can digitalise any of your data management processes, offering unprecedented capabilities to expand and enrich your centralised data, making dynamic connections between the many different users.

 

Best of all, Zinniat’s plug-and-play framework, and existing connections with major fund accounting, middle office and portfolio management solutions, enables both rapid onboarding and near-effortless expansion of your data scope, with oversight and controls consistently applied. As your business grows, you can be confident that Zinniat’s solution will grow with you, organically and seamlessly.

Enhancing visibility, leverage and connectivity

Central to Zinniat is the knowledge that information has value only when the right people get the right information at the right time. Instead of relying on endless iterations of spreadsheets and structured documents that escape their distribution chains and quickly grow stale, Zinniat is a one-stop information hub for your full scope of data consumers, including automated delivery for downstream platforms. 

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