Portfolio Transparency

The increasing complexity of property portfolios with a mix of direct and indirect investments or with a range of investment goals and organised in a variety of legal entities makes having an overview of the whole portfolio a key to success.
When dealing with large amounts of data, even minimal errors made in processing or transmitting information can have considerable effects on the way in which the value, financial health, and profitability of a portfolio are displayed due to the high number of transactions involved. As well as decreasing the risk of error, data warehousing uses data analysis to offer potential for lasting optimisations of processes and results.
This transparency allows us to make long-term improvements to communication and cooperation, leading to increases in liquidity.