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SalesPage DataCenter for Managing Data
A targeted sales data management solution for investment management companies that simplifies consolidating sales and entity data, managing territories, reporting sales and displaying this data in other systems.
SalesPage Financial for Managing Relationships
A turnkey data management, sales reporting and CRM solution that delivers the information that helps you connect with clients, whether you sell to intermediaries, institutions, or directly to investors.
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SalesPage was simply the best choice...
Thomas O’Donnell, Vice President, Strategic Marketing/eBusiness, Virtus Investment Partners
From The Blog
Segmentation isn’t complicated for everyone in the asset management industry. Our segmentation module is easy to use, and we’ve just added a video course to further support those who add and update segments.
Networking, great presentations, illuminating discussions, people who make you think: does it get any better than that? Well, strangely, it does. Attending an event in Chicago this week—MFEA’s Marketing Council, hosted by Morningstar—gave me a new perspective on some of the challenges involved in segmenting data, and really underscored the importance of being able to easily update your segment definitions as the industry changes.
News about POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) broke during the week of October 13. A POODLE attack (yes, a POODLE attack) takes advantage of a design flaw in SSL and can allow a man-in-the-middle, such as a malicious Wi-Fi hotspot or a compromised ISP, to extract data from secure HTTP connections. This data could, in turn, let an attacker do things such as access online banking or e-mail systems.