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Advent and IntraLinks join forces on Tamale RMS

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

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Chris Momsen
Bailey McCann, Opalesque New York:

Advent Software, a global investment management software provider and IntraLinks a global technology provider have come together to create an interface between the Advent Tamale RMS product and IntraLinks. The new interface offers enhanced information automation and saves multi-manager organizations time throughout the research and due diligence processes.

Chris Momsen, Executive Vice President of Global Sales and Product Solution Strategy, Advent Software, and Andre Boreas, Director of Product Marketing-Alternative Investments, IntraLinks spoke with Opalesque about the new collaboration and what it means for alternative investment managers.

Tamale RMS is a research management system designed to centralize a firm�s research to make for quick searching among investment professionals. The product can be customized around a given organization�s unique workflows, and is already employed by thousands of investment professionals worldwide. IntraLinks offers Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) content management and collaboration solutions to a variety of companies including financial services firms.

Currently, over 100,000 global limited partners, including endowments, foundations, funds of funds and other investor organizations, use IntraLinks to download private equity and hedge fund monthly updates from over 500 alternative asset firms, such as private equity and hedge fund managers. In addition, nearly all of Advent�s......................

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