Complete multi-fund consolidated reporting in minutes, not hours
Chances are, your firm spends countless hours on tedious and error-prone financial reporting, preparing statements, budgets, analyses, and compliance filings for each of your funds. You barely finish in time to start all over again. Sage Intacct—the only cloud-financial services accounting system preferred by the AICPA—is the world’s leading multi-entity, multicurrency cloud accounting system for investment management firms. You get real-time consolidations with intercompany eliminations; drill-down access to all of your funds, assets, and operating companies; multicurrency support; full GAAP compliance; dozens of built-in reports; and sophisticated custom reporting and analytics.
Grow your fund structure and your assets under management
Sage Intacct’s scalable architecture and cloud-based delivery means your financial services accounting system stays in step with you as you grow. You can easily increase assets under management and expand your portfolio of funds and operating companies—without adding staff, installing more software, or creating extra work. You can share charts of accounts, payments, receivables, and check cutting for all your operating companies. Sage Intacct cloud-accounting system gives investment management companies immediate access to the right data and information across a large number of complex entity structures to make smarter decisions that lead to increased investment returns. Sage Intacct helps CFOs and CIOs become increasingly data-driven and transition away from outdated quarterly reporting to continuous consolidation and real-time reporting.
Use a collaborative compliance strategy
By using the latest compliance strategies and auditing techniques, Sage Intacct can minimize your compliance risk exposure. Sage Intacct provides best-in-class auditing of intercompany transactions with detailed transaction logs and an integrated “collaborative compliance” environment that’s consistent across the front and back office. You see not only what you did and when you did it, but also why you did it and how the transaction complies with GAAP rules.